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If a member of the GLBT community fails to properly plan, the result can be devastating to his or her partner and family. Having no estate plan, or relying upon a Will, Joint Tenancy, or Tenancy in Common as an estate plan, is tantamount to giving up control of one's estate and management of one's well-being in times of incapacitation.
This need for an estate plan is critical in case of an accident or illness that renders the partner incapable of making decisions or managing his or her affairs. Without a proper estate plan, the other partner could be legally precluded from having any role in the decision-making of his partner's care, managing his or her affairs, or even having access to the incapacitated partner.
Our law firm strongly believes that a wisely drafted, carefully executed estate
plan is the critical component of an individual or a family's wealth management.
Our firm's guiding principle is to provide families with quality estate planning
services tailored to each client's specific needs and goals. We offer free,
no obligation consultations for any family who has experienced the loss of a
loved one. Click here to request a consultation with a
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The Problems Estate Planning Solves For The GLBT Community
Find out why estate planning for GLBT couples is so important.
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