Sharon Ravenscroft Estate Planning Blog
Easing the Burden on Your Family
When we are ill, the last thing we need is for our family to be blocked from helping us -- with our medical care or with our financial needs. Powers of attorney are necessary so the RIGHT people can assist us when we are sick. Having a Trust makes sure that our families do not have to go through the court system just to get access to our assets. Trusts put your goals simply; include guidelines and motivation for going to college, buying a house or making sure investment are not risky. A trust can make sure that the right person is overseeing your money for your children and that the right people are the beneficiaries of your hard-earned assets.