Our family has been with us for many of life’s milestones. We relish the good times and we care for each other during life’s challenges. Are your loved ones aware of your wishes, and are those wishes laid out in a trust or will?
A trust is a financial document that allows a friend or loved one to manage your assets on your behalf. It also allows them to use your money to finance your care if you are unable to make decisions for yourself.
A will is an important legal document that details how your assets will be distributed after your death. If your children are under 18, your will designates a guardian for the children in the event of your untimely death.
These are two important documents to have in place, because they ensure that you can choose your future care needs. You may need a will, a trust, or both, depending on your assets and needs. Grimaldi Yeung Law Group’s experienced attorneys Zoe Freireich and Stacey Woods will walk us through the key aspects of these two important documents.