On September 27, 2008, Congress declared the third week of October as National Estate Planning Awareness Week. Russell, Krafft & Gruber, LLP is encouraging you to use this week as a reminder and opportunity to start or continue the discussion regarding estate planning with your family, your attorney, and your other professional advisors.
A basic estate plan begins with a will, power of attorney and living will. The following are links to earlier articles on these subjects.
- What Happens if you Die without a Will?
- How a Will Can Help Determine Who Will Care For Your Child if you Die?
- Pennsylvania Power of Attorney: One of the Most Important Decisions in Your Estate Plan
- Who Makes Your Health Care Decisions if You Do Not Have a Living Will?
For additional information on other estate planning issues see all of our past articles relating to estate planning. To help get you started on thinking about your own estate planning needs we will continue to blog throughout the week about the important issues that surround estate planning.
If you have questions about estate planning, or would like to meet with an attorney about creating, changing, or just updating your estate plan please contact our office. For more information about National Estate Planning Awareness Week visit www.estateplanninganswers.org.