I get asked by a lot of people “Why should I have a will, I’m single?” Well, just because you are single does not mean you do not have property or assets that should be protected. In addition, estate planning includes more than just having a will, it includes planning for health care decisions (remember the Terri Shiavo case in Florida!?), or designating someone as power of attorney to make financial decisions for you if you are incapacitated or become incompetent.
No one likes to think about their eventual demise, but it is important to plan for the future. So contact me and let’s discuss your plans for the future. You’ll sleep better at night knowing your assets are protected and that you have a plan in place in case of an accident.