There is a difference between purchasing custom-crafted merchandise and buying something that is mass-produced. People who understand quality want the best and they don’t want to settle for less. This makes sense because quality products generally last longer, typically work better, and are more enjoyable to utilize.
This quality paradigm is ratcheted up to another level of importance when you consider your estate planning efforts.
While it is possible to download a generic last will form off the Internet, this is clearly a risky and potentially expensive choice.
Your situation is unique from any other, and it is unlikely that you will be able to fit all of the things that you want to do for future generations into a one-size-fits-all document that is not specific to any particular jurisdiction.
Asset erosion can also significantly reduce the value of your estate if you don’t plan ahead with taxes, probate, and medical expenses in mind. If you have not considered any of these things, you are jeopardizing your legacy.
The only way to be certain that your wishes will be carried out and that your loved ones will be protected is to develop a custom-crafted plan specifically devised to suit the needs of your family. The first step is to sit down and discuss your unique situation with an experienced Northern Kentucky estate planning lawyer.
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