Estate Planning & Administration
Many of us work for a lifetime to build up our assets. We enjoy our way of life and want to pass the wealth we have worked hard to accumulate on to our children. Unfortunately, there are many hazards from taxes to expensive lawsuits, that can trip up even the most well-prepared individuals and reduce the amount that they can bestow upon their loved ones. No matter what your family situation or wealth, proper estate planning at an early stage can help avoid many headaches later.
From wills to trusts and powers of attorney to advanced care instructions, the experienced estate planning attorneys at Raffaele Puppio can help you prepare all the documentation you need in Delaware County to set your affairs in order in the event of unfortunate circumstances. We have the knowledge and skill necessary to understand your needs and handle the unique complexities you may face. When you need to update your plan, we will be there every step of the way to help you with the changes.
Even young or unmarried people should prepare for the dispersal of their assets with a proper estate plan. If you have a retirement plan or an expensive piece of property such as a home or automobile, it is best to lay out a plan to see that your wealth goes to family members or friends rather than to government agencies or tax collectors. Take the time to create an estate plan today and ease the burden on your loved ones tomorrow.
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