Imagine setting the stage for your loved ones' financial future, ensuring they inherit your wealth seamlessly and without unnecessary hassles. Now imagine doing it with the guidance of an expert in estate planning, Britton. This episode offers a well-structured discussion on estate planning, starting with foundational documents, moving onto deed protection, and culminating in a detailed explanation of trusts. Britton takes us on a tour through the necessity of having a general durable power of attorney, the healthcare power of attorney, the living will, and the will itself.
And there's more! Have you ever considered how deed protection could be a game-changer for your real estate assets? Our conversation with Britton delves into this concept, revealing how tools like ladybird deeds can secure your property and ensure a smooth transition to your children. Furthermore, find out how trusts, both revocable and irrevocable, can serve as shields to protect your assets from potential risks such as long-term care, creditors, and probate. Each step towards secure estate planning is crucial. To make this journey less daunting, Britton generously offers a free consultation to help you kickstart your peace of mind today and secure a better tomorrow for your loved ones. Tune in now!
A state. Planning is all about planning ahead, Getting your affairs in order so you can enjoy your assets during your life. Have peace of mind, then protect them and pass them to your loved ones. Britton, how might I do that?Speaker 2:
There's really three steps. So the first one is all about putting the foundational documents in place. So these are the things that everyone needs to make sure they have in place to protect themselves, their money and their property. So those foundational documents are the general durable power of attorney, the healthcare power of attorney, the living will and the will, and once you have that in place, they're customized for you. Then you can move on to the next step Two might be deed protection.Speaker 1:
I love real estate. I want to protect my house. My house could send my grandchildren to college. They might use it to rent, they might sell it and just at least have that money. But I don't want that money to just go away. So deed protection with deeds like ladybird deeds can protect your home, then pass them on to your children.Speaker 2:
And then number three is all about using trust to help protect what you have Two types of trust revocable and irrevocable. A revocable trust gives you all power and control with a little bit less protection. An irrevocable trust you give up a little control but you get much more protection and it can be very useful to help protect your assets from, you know, long-term care. Creditors probate those very dangerous risks that your money and property faces as you age.Speaker 1:
Thank you, Brenton. We'd love to help you put your estate plan in place. I would offer a free consult to sit down with myself or one of our attorneys. Schedule your free consultation today so we can plan for peace of mind tomorrow.