Congratulations college graduate! The hard work and dedication of the last few years is about to help you embark on this new chapter in your life. This will be an exciting time for you, as well as a busy time.

As you embark on this incredible new journey, there are many decisions you will make. You may not believe that you have an estate and when you start in career, you may not have many assets; however, as the years pass, this will most likely change. As you consider purchasing a home, purchasing life insurance, saving for retirement or investing. Each of these decisions will result in the accumulation of assets that are a part of your estate. As your estate begins to grow, it is important that you put a plan in place to direct how your estate is distributed upon your death and to provide for those you love.

Your estate plan consisting of a Will, Health Care Directive and Power of Attorney can accomplish this goal. While there are websites that offer inexpensive, online plans, it is worth the time to meet with an attorney to understand state laws and wording of these legal documents. It is important that you understand the importance of these documents and an attorney can answer any questions that you may have.

You will work hard creating your future so take the time to insure that you have an estate plan in place. If you would like additional information regarding this process, please feel free to contact Grissom Law, LLC at 678-781-9230. We work with people of all ages to examine their financial needs and assets to make sure that their heirs are provided for in the best possible way.


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