It is important to keep in mind that the average American makes three major career changes in a lifetime. While you may have weathered many storms over the course of your career, it is important to plan your estate properly. This includes unexpected health problems, disability, premature death in the family, and family emergencies. As you never know when the next storm will strike, it is best to protect yourself and your family from the many uncertainties that life can throw you, and the ones you love, off stride at any time. I'm here to make those decisions easier, and I'm proud to claim many 5-star reviews from my past clients.
I want to help you plan for the future and protect the assets you have built over the years. If you are in the Akron or Cleveland, Ohio areas and need legal representation from an estate and succession planning lawyer to help you manage your estate or plan for an orderly distribution of your assets, contact the Law Offices of S. David Worhatch today. I will sit down with you to discuss the options available to protect your legacy. As an Akron, Ohio area attorney, I can help you with your questions about:
If you are a business owner and will be passing the torch in the future, I can help you plan for that day and make sure all of your concerns are addressed. I want you to concentrate on your business and I will take care of the legal issues.
New job, promotion, invitation to become a business partner, sudden business opportunity—sometimes, great career opportunities present themselves in ways that mask the risks to the long-term financial security of a family. If you choose to take advantage of those opportunities, it is best to avail yourself of tried-and-true financial strategies in advance so that foreseeable threats to the success of your financial planning are addressed. I can help you engineer your financial security so that you can manage your money and assets effectively, keeping and enjoying as much of what you earn for your benefit and the benefit of those you love.
Many people do not like to think about what will happen when they die or become incapacitated. It is, however, important to make sure your family is properly protected and your health care wishes are made clear. As an experienced Ohio estate planning lawyer, I can help you with a will, trust, power of attorney, living will, and any other instruments needed to carry out your wishes. To help reduce future estate taxes, I can explain estate planning techniques.