Estrada Law is located in the beautiful Arrowhead Executive Office Center in Las Cruces and offers services all around the Southern New Mexico Area including El Paso. The services include estate planning, wills and trusts, estate planning for traditional, blended, LGBT and individuals, probate avoidance planning, long term care planning, veterans benefits, charitable planning, special needs, Medicaid crisis planning, asset protection, and more!
If you care about the financial security of your loved ones, then having an estate plan is a necessity. An estate is defined as any property owned by you. So, if you own a home, have a savings or retirement account, or own a business, you have an estate. When you sit down with a qualified estate-planning attorney, you will find there are many ways to give what you have to whom you want, the way you want, when you want.
Whether you are graduating from college, starting your first job, getting married, having a baby, dealing with illness,
According Forbes.com (Ashlee Ebeling, 03/01/10) 65% Americans have no will or estate plan in place when they die. That is why every state has a plan in place if you die without a will. It is called an Intestacy Statute. If you don’t make a plan, the state has one already made for you.
If you are part of the 65%, what happens to your property when you die? Usually your spouse or loved one will decide that an estate administration must be opened. More often than