One of many unfortunate myths about estate planning is that it's only for retirees, to see them through their "golden years."
In fact, preparations for future financial security can help people of all ages, including families with young children, today as well as tomorrow.
Are you in the process of building your first estate plan, or refreshing an existing one, based on changing circumstances? You've come to the right place, to solidify that wise strategy - Lynch Law LLC, serving clients in Lisle, DuPage County, Will County and greater Chicago, for decades.
Our law firm's founder John J. Lynch guides you to a blueprint for the years ahead, from smart money choices when buying a home or motor vehicle, to saving for a child's college or your own retirement. You can trust this skilled estate lawyer's dependable leadership for every aspect of your "nest egg," your tax picture, medical care outlook and the possibility that a senior family member will be incapacitated.
Regardless of your age, marital status and size of your estate, you can take immediate advantage of useful estate tools that include:
- Wills and living wills
- Trusts and living trusts
- Durable and medical powers of attorney
- Advance health care directives
- Guardianships and conservatorships
- IRA retirement accounts
These instruments serve you and loved ones well today and in the future, for financial considerations and avoidance of potentially problematic probate proceedings. A solid estate plan assembled in ways that address your unique issues has no downside. Your relatives and friends will thank you someday for having taken this valuable step.
To start benefiting from personalized services and customized documentation that precisely reflects your wishes, call or email Lynch Law, LLC., to make an appointment to speak with John J. Lynch. Our number is (630) 473-3476. Your email will be responded to right away.
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