Death is a difficult topic to think about or discuss. However, as hard as it might be to consider, it is important to make plans for how you would like your affairs to be handled after you have passed on. By creating a comprehensive estate plan, you can be sure your final wishes will be followed correctly while also taking steps to provide financial resources for your loved ones. Your will is a key part of your estate plan, and by working with an experienced attorney, you can ensure that it will address your wishes and meet your family’s needs. At SBK Law Group, our estate planning attorneys have more than 25 years of combined legal experience, and we can help you understand the best ways to plan for your family’s future. In addition to creating a will that addresses what will happen after your death, we can help you put plans in place to provide for your needs throughout the rest of your life.
Your will is a foundational part of your estate plan, and it will provide instructions about how certain matters will be handled after your death. These may include:
While it is important to execute a last will and testament that makes decisions about what you want to happen after your death, there are a variety of other estate planning tools that can help you provide for your family while addressing your own needs. Trusts can help ensure that your assets are protected while simplifying the process of distributing these assets to your beneficiaries. You may also create powers of attorney for healthcare or finances to ensure that your wishes will be followed during your lifetime.
The estate planning attorneys of SBK Law Group can help you create a last will and testament that will eliminate uncertainty for your loved ones about how you want your affairs to be handled after your death. We can also help you create a comprehensive estate plan that provides for your own needs during your lifetime and ensures that you can leave a positive legacy for your family. Contact our office today at 630-427-4407 to get started. We provide estate planning services to clients in DuPage County, Kane County, Kendall County, Will County, and Cook County.