Just Married?

Congratulations!   

…Now Protect Your Spouse.

Estate Planning isn’t usually a priority for newlyweds who don’t have children or a significant amount of assets yet.

It Should Be.

 

Estate Planning isn't romantic, but wouldn’t your new spouse have an easier time distributing your assets to family members if you addressed your wishes in an estate plan?

And what if you and your spouse are in the same accident? For instance, if a husband dies at the scene of a car crash while his wife spends some time in a coma, all of the couple’s assets could go the wife. Then, if the wife dies from the injuries she sustained, the assets would pass on to her parents and siblings. The husband’s family would get nothing.

What’s more, the medical directives that are included with every Trust Package make an important wedding gift to your new spouse. It gives your spouse access to your medical documents, power of attorney rights and instructions on how you would want to be cared for if you become incapacitated.

At Central Park Law, Estate Planning is quick, easy and painless.  

We help you every step of the way.