Young Family Plan
At Stone Law, LLC we understand that finding time and money to complete an estate plan can be challenging for a young family. We also know how important it is to have the proper documents in place.
All parents need a plan in place for guardianship for minor children. No one wants to think about the unexpected, but taking time to plan for your loved ones can alleviate stress. Knowing that if anything were to happen your children would be cared for by someone you trust can be an immense relief.
Our Young Family Plan provides parents with wills to name guardians and beneficiaries to your estate. Additionally, you are able to name a personal representative so someone you trust handles your estate. Don’t let guardians, beneficiaries, and your personal representative be chosen by a court proceeding. Get your will today and have peace of mind that your family will be taken care of no matter what the future holds.
Don’t Wait any Longer, Take Care of Your Family Today
Short on time? Not sure when you can get to a lawyer’s office for meetings between work, soccer practice, and music lessons? We have made this process as simple as possible. Only one appointment is needed to sign your will. When you call we set up your appointment and email you our Client Information and Young Family Organizer documents. Fill these out on your own time and email back to us at least one week prior to your signing. Questions about the organizer? Give us a call, we are happy to help. Once we have your organizer we take care of the rest. All you need to do is come in to sign your will.
Do I also need Powers of Attorney?
In addition to a will, medical and financial powers of attorney are useful documents that can be purchased alongside your will. These documents provide unique benefits.
Don’t be caught in the emergency room without a medical power of attorney. Once the doctors begin administering pain medication if you are deemed unable to make decisions for yourself ensure the right people are working with the doctors to make decision about your care.
A financial power of attorney can be useful to make sure someone you trust can interact with your financial accounts and utility companies when you are unable to do so.
Give Stone Law a call today to get started on your Young Family Plan.