Estate Planning Lawyer Roseville, CA

Estate Planning Lawyer Roseville, CA

Have you created an estate plan? Not just a will (or perhaps not even a will, yet) but a comprehensive estate plan? Is any estate plan documentation that you’ve drafted complete and up-to-date? If the answer to any of these questions is “No,” it is time to connect with the experienced estate planning team at Yee Law Group, PC.

Every day that goes by without a comprehensive and current estate plan in place is a day that you risk two primary negative consequences in the event that something should happen to you. First, you risk unnecessarily burdening your loved ones with the process of trying to discern your wishes if you have not clearly articulated them. They may also be subjected to unnecessary legal challenges, taxation, and other stresses as a result of your incomplete, outdated, or non-existent estate plan. Second, you risk the reality that should you become incapacitated by illness or injury or should you pass away, that your wishes will not be carried out as they should.

Estate Planning Lawyer – Roseville, CA

Our Roseville, CA estate planning lawyer team has the knowledge and experience required to assist our clients with the estate planning process in efficient and effective ways. We understand that you have no interest in taking one minute longer than necessary to draft and update your estate plan. We also understand that you deserve to have a comprehensive plan in place that will protect your interests and make things as easy as possible for your loved ones if you should become incapacitated and/or when you should die. Our approach to representation reflects both of these realities.

Why Not Just Draft an Estate Plan on Your Own?

Nowadays, there is no shortage of estate planning documentation templates online. Some of these templates are free and some are even provided courtesy of state agencies. The primary challenge associated with “simply” drafting an estate plan on your own is this: the stakes. What you’re dealing with when you draft an estate plan includes how your assets will be distributed after your death, who will look after your minor children if you die young, who will care for your pets if you are incapacitated or pass away, what your end-of-life care will consist of, who can access your digital accounts if you’re incapacitated or dead, etc. Do you really want to risk making mistakes or omissions on this paperwork that could influence the stakes of these critically important issues?

There are times when it makes all the sense in the world to do something on your own in order to save money and time. Estate planning is not one of those times.

Legal Assistance Is Available

If you have not yet scheduled a risk-free consultation with the experienced California team at Yee Law Group, PC, please do so now. Whether you have some estate planning documentation in place or you’re starting from scratch, we can assist you with all of your needs both now and moving forward. If you invest the time required to get the process of executing a comprehensive, current estate plan rolling, we’ll do our utmost to make this process as efficient, effective, and low-stress as possible. We look forward to speaking with you.