By Your Side During the Estate Planning Process
Attorney Scott Cohen of the Cohen Law Firm wants you to know how easy the estate planning process can be. Many people put it off because they think it will be difficult and time consuming. We’re here to show you that’s not true and to walk you through it, step by step.
Three Levels of Planning
Every person is different, so every plan is different – at Cohen Law Firm, we are not a “fill-in-the-blanks” estate planning firm. Attorney Scott Cohen and his associates offer families in the greater Philadelphia area three levels of planning to ensure they’re getting the plan that’s just right for them.
Step 1. Figure out your estate planning and care planning goals.
The main goal of estate planning is to protect your assets and pass them on to your family in the best way possible. The main goal of care planning is to make provisions for your health and your estate in case one day you’re unable to make those decisions yourself.
But what do you really want for your family? What do you want your money to do for them? Whom do you want to make decisions for you, if you’re unable to? We start by addressing these questions, discussing your concerns and wishes. The plan we create addresses those concerns and wishes.
Step 2. Put the plan in place.
Estate planning and family law services we offer:
- FREE estate checkups
- FREE updates on changes in the law that could affect you
- Draw up and help execute essential estate planning and care planning documents, such as
- Powers of Attorney
- Advanced Health Care Directives
- Basic planning documents for young adult children
- Review existing plans to see if they need updating
- Handle administration after a loved one passes
- Advise couples on prenuptial and postnuptial agreements
At Cohen Law Firm, we get to know you and your individual needs.
Step 3.Keep your documents up to date.
Finally, we keep your documents up to date. Our estate plans include a review at three years at no charge. That way, we can be sure that as your life changes, your plan changes, too. What good is a 10-year old plan that doesn’t reflect what you have – and who you are – today?
But that’s just the beginning. We also have annual membership programs for families who would like to have access to the expertise and guidance of a family attorney.
If you live in the greater Philadelphia area, or in Chester County, Delaware County, Montgomery County, or Bucks County, then give us a call at the Cohen Law Firm today at (267) 297-2952.
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