Planning for the worst can often be a difficult thing. However, it is always best to prepare for it. Estate planning with Network Agency Inc. helps you provide your family with a more financially secure future. When you pass away, it is important that you have an estate plan in place. This will help protect your heirs’ interests while reducing the risk that your assets will be tied up in probate court. Just as with our financial planning services, our team creates an in-depth analysis of your unique circumstances. Overall, this allows us to prepare for all aspects of your estate plan. Then, we work with you to develop a plan to divide your assets as you see fit upon your passing. We offer a wide array of planning services to help you set your loved ones up for success. Our services include:
- Cash Flow Analysis & Planning
- Coordination of Wills, Trusts, and Deeds
- College Funding
- Insurance Planning/Risk Management
- Asset Management
- Retirement Planning
- and more.
Medical Power of Attorney
Establishing medical powers of attorney can be vital to ensuring that your wishes are followed, even when you can not direct them. Granting medical power of attorney to a loved one allows them to make medical decisions in the event that you are incapacitated. Generally, you should choose a spouse or another close family member to grant it to. The power of attorney can be utilized by them in order to ensure that your wishes are followed. This may include making complicated decisions, such as whether to keep you on life support or not. to sum, establishing medical power of attorney can help your loved ones ensure that your wishes are met, even when you can not express them.
Planning for the elderly stage of your life can be an important step to ensuring your financial security. Whether you plan on living at home or moving into a nursing home, your medical situation can change significantly over time. We can help you prepare for a variety of situations that may arise in your elderly age. This can include putting assets of your estate into trusts, which can protect them from nursing homes.