Whether you own many assets or just a few, almost everyone will need estate planning. Estate planning can entail a few documents to many documents, depending on the number and type of assets you have and to whom you’d like them to be distributed. If no estate plan is in place at the time of your death, the inheritance laws of your state will determine how your assets are to be distributed. If you have children, you can set up guardians and trusts to ensure they’re cared for, no matter what the future holds. An estate plan, which is typically prepared with an estate attorney can outline your personal wishes for medical care, help you reduce your tax burden, and set out other plans for the future. Connect with an agent to learn more about the ways we can help you with your planning needs.