Wills & Trusts Kit for Dummies (Paperback)
Enjoy peace of mind knowing that your assets will pass to your family according to your wishes
Regardless of your age or income, writing a legal will is one of the greatest gifts you can give your family. But where do you begin? Wills & Trusts Kit For Dummies walks you through the most important considerations to have in mind when you're deciding what will happen to your estate when you're gone.
Writing a will or setting up a trust isn't as fun as binge watching the latest hot web series, but this book makes the task a little less daunting. Find out who needs a will or trust (spoiler alert: everyone ), when you should create one, and how to take the first steps. Handy online content includes practical worksheets, forms, and templates that simplify and explain the process of estate planning in language that doesn't require a legal education to understand. With the help of Wills & Trusts Kit For Dummies, you'll have a document that details your final wishes before you know it.
- Navigate probate, tax, and state laws that govern how property is passed to the next generation
- Avoid the most common estate planning pitfalls and mistakes
- Choose qualified professionals and specialists to help you make the best decisions for your family
- Designate a guardian for your children and plan for their financial needs
You deserve to know that your loved ones will be properly taken care of when you're no longer with them. Wills & Trusts Kit For Dummies delivers straightforward guidance and peace of mind on a subject that, sooner or later, we all must face.
*Please reference the Introduction to access a webpage where you will find a number of downloadable files and forms to create a will, living trust, living will, durable power of attorney, and healthcare proxy.*
About the Author
Aaron Larson is an attorney practicing law in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He formerly worked for the Institute of Continuing Legal Education, where he developed professional education programs for lawyers in areas including estate planning. He operates the ExpertLaw website.