Effective estate planning is the best way to ensure you will be able to control your property while you’re alive and well, provide for your loved ones and yourself if you become disabled, and leave your assets when you die to who you want, when you want, the way you want.
Every state has laws that govern what becomes of your assets if you die or become disabled; the probate laws of Nebraska are different from those of other states. But the government also allows you to establish your own set of rules that supersede those laws, if you so choose. The process of establishing your rules is called estate planning. So, for instance, while the state may require your will to go through probate, you can choose to spare your heirs this sometimes drawn–out legal process. But you can only this by taking the time to go through the estate planning process.
Call our office at 402-507-5065 to start working on your estate plan today.