When people think of Estate Planning, their main concern is
"what happens to my stuff when I die." But the first concern should be "what happens to my stuff when I am alive but can no longer manage it." Planning for incapacity, memory loss, and old age is more important than planning for when you are gone. CHERNE LAW P.C. helps you plan for your care first, and then helps you plan for your legacy with everything that's left.
Creating an estate plan will give you peace of mind that your loved ones are taken care of and your wishes will be carried out. To most clients, giving assets to loved ones means much more than passing the property from one hand to another. It means passing on family heirlooms, generations of memories, and one's legacy. CHERNE LAW P.C. helps clients draft a plan that is customized to meet these needs.
Wisdom, like inheritance, is a good thing.
CHERNE LAW P.C. makes creating an estate plan as easy as 1, 2, 3.
Step 1. A Simple Conversation
During the initial consultation, we talk about your family, your assets, your values, your goals, and answer any questions you might have.
Step 2. We Draft the Documents
After the consultation, we draft your estate plan, making sure that your goals are reflected in your documents.
Step 3. Review & Sign Your Plan
Together we review your Estate Plan and make any changes necessary. Then you'll sign your documents and have peace, knowing your plan is in place.
– Ancient Proverb
WHO NEEDS AN ESTATE PLAN?
A big mistake most people make is waiting to plan their estate until they are older. Estate planning is also very important for families with minor children. What happens to your children if you pass away? Who do you want to care for them? Where should they live? What schools should they attend?
Responsible parents should plan for their children in the unfortunate event that they pass away. At CHERNE LAW P.C., we help you plan your guardianship, so your guardian has a set of instructions for how they should raise your children.