If you’re interested in estate planning in South Florida, but don’t know where to start, we’ve got you covered!
In this video, Miami estate planning attorney Denise Jomarron discusses exactly when individuals and families should start the estate planning process. Many incorrectly believe it’s only for the elderly, but Denise stresses the importance of planning early.
Some key points include how having young children means designating legal guardians for them if anything happens to their parents. Getting married often warrants updating beneficiaries and documents. Accumulating substantial assets also triggers the need to protect one’s property through proper titling and planning. Nonetheless, Denise emphasizes there is no “perfect time” to think about estate planning. Life events like aging, health issues, babies or inheritances are unpredictable.
Don’t wait until it’s too late. Get started on your estate planning journey today, and achieve peace of mind, knowing your loved ones are covered no matter what happens. Take the first step and call us or visit our website to schedule your initial consultation.
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