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While estate planning may sound like it is only for those with significant wealth, a well thought out estate plan can benefit everyone. It is important to make sure that your family knows your wishes for not only distribution of your assets, but also for your care in the event you suffer a terminal illness or are incapacitated due to an injury. It is never a good idea to leave these issues to chance and hope that your family knows your wishes.
As we age, the possibility of suffering from Alzheimer’s disease and other debilitating illnesses increases. Too often, our family members are left to make decisions on their own without knowing what we want. By establishing a living will, preparing final wishes documents and preparing powers of attorney for our health care, our finances and even our mental health care, we are able to maintain control regardless of our current medical or mental condition.
Typically, most people depend on expensive attorneys or financial planners to help them prepare trust documents, prepare last wills and testaments or fund their trusts. However, at Kramer Legacy Documents, LLC, we have the experience and knowledge necessary to help you with all your estate planning needs at more affordable rates.
Why Choose Kramer Legacy Documents, LLC?
Why leave your estate to the courts to divide up? Having an estate plan in place not only minimizes the stress on your family, a well thought out plan also ensures your assets are distributed in accordance with your wishes. Regardless of the size of your estate, turn to Kramer Legacy Documents, LLC at (623) 974-2272. We have more than 30 years of experience helping people just like you and are appointed by the State Supreme Court as Certified Legal Document Preparers. Kramer Legacy Documents, LLC Arizona Certified Legal Document Preparers #81098.
Why Use Certified Legal Document Preparers?
The Arizona Code of Judicial Administration § 7-208 (A) defines a legal document preparer as “an individual or business entity certified to prepare or provide legal documents, without the supervision of an attorney, for an entity or a member of the public who is engaging in self representation in any legal matter.” This means that in Arizona you only need a lawyer if you are going to trial or need to represented legally. If you simply need legal documents, you can use a legal document preparer that has been certified by the State Supreme Court. We can prepare your documents and provide general legal information since we are certified as Kramer Legacy Documents, LLC, Arizona Certified Legal Document Preparers #81098. While we are certified to prepare a variety of documents, we specialize in complete estate planning and have over 30 years of experience in this field.
“Those who spend time clearly expressing their intentions to their trusted advisors, and then execute the appropriate estate planning documents, are more likely to have survivors who will peacefully mourn the death of a loved one and amicably share in the decedent’s legacy. Conversely, those who don’t express their intentions to the trusted advisors, ad don’t have estate plans tailored to the needs of their family, will likely have survivors who don’t grieve normally and can’t embrace the decedent’s legacy because they are consumed by litigating over it.”
~Russell J. Fishkind, Esq. of Saul Ewing LLP as quoted from Probate Wars of the Rich and Famous – An insider’s guide to Estate Planning and Probate Litigation published 2011. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Hoboken, New Jersey.