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Estate Planning

What are some of the things I should know about estate planning?
Estate planning is the process through which one is
able to make certain his or her property and health care wishes are met in the case of death or incapacitation. Estate planning involves making decisions concerning the transfer of one’s property at death, as well as various decisions concerning health care, retirement, and other personal matters. Estate planning is important because it ensures that your wishes will be carried out in the event of your incapacitation or death.
You should consider planning your estate if:
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  • You Have a Child or Children that Are Minors
  • Possess Property that You Care About
  • If You Care About Your Future Health Care Treatment
If you meet any of the above descriptions, planning your estate can benefit you in many different ways. Potential benefits include being able to provide for your immediate family, deciding guardianship for minor children, avoiding probate, and making sure that loved ones get property quickly and without trouble, planning in case you are incapacitated, and minimizing expenses due to property transfer.
To plan your estate well, you should find an experienced estate planning attorney to help you through the process. Hiring an estate planning attorney will make certain that nothing is overlooked and everything is done correctly. I can help ensure that your property is transferred to those you have designated with as little trouble as possible, minimize potential taxes and fees, help you avoid the probate process, and direct arrangements once you die, or if you should you ever become incapacitated.
As a client, you are priority number one. Your satisfaction with the outcome of your case is the ultimate goal. Call (918) 492-3481 to schedule an appointment to discuss your case. Ricki M. Replin, Attorney at Law ensures that any phone call, if not immediately answered, will be returned
within 12 hours.