McCoy Fatula, APCMcCoy
Located in Roseville, CA

Estate planning may help California families avoid stress

One thing all California residents can be certain of is that no one lives forever. While many people avoid the topic of their own mortality, they do think about their loved ones' futures and how best to help them avoid stress once they are no longer with them. For some, careful estate planning is a chosen means to that end.

There are all types of health and asset-related decisions to make when considering drafting a thorough estate plan. Whether the process is fairly simple or complex and legally challenging depends on individual circumstances, as well as on one's immediate and long-term goals. Either way, it often helps to seek the assistance of an experienced probate and estate administration attorney before compiling any official documents.

At McCoy Fatula, we are committed to helping people execute and maintain thorough estate plans that accurately reflect their family situations and desired intentions regarding wills, trusts, advanced medical directives and more. We are able to provide clarification on any legal aspect of your estate that may be  causing you concern. With efficient counsel and appropriate suggestions, we can guide you through the entire process of planning your estate to protect your assets and provide for your loved ones.

Divorce, second marriages, drastic changes of income and other lifestyle adjustments may affect your current estate plan. In order for a plan's contents to be valuable after death, it is crucial to keep it updated, changing information as necessary. If you live in California and you are seeking advice regarding available options for estate planning, you may call our office to request a consultation.

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