If you don’t have a will, Massachusetts laws determine how your assets are distributed and who pays any estate taxes, either state or federal.
And, if you do have a will but haven’t updated it or had it reviewed in recent years, especially if you’ve had life-changing event such as a marriage, a divorce, a birth or death, or suffered a serious illness, now is the time.
Schedule a free consultation today and get answers to questions like:
· What happens if the other joint owner or your beneficiaries do not survive you?
· What happens if beneficiaries cannot handle their own finances because of physical or mental incapacity?
· Can I protect my assets if I need to go into a nursing home?
· How do I prevent my child's spouse from getting my assets if they get divorced?
Now is the time to protect your home, your bank accounts, and your investment/retirement accounts with named beneficiaries.
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