Everyone dreads talking to their elderly loved ones about giving up keys or moving to an assisted facility. These conversations drive questions about wills, guardianships, health care directives, and tougher issues like body donation, cremation, funerals, and cemeteries. There are also those times when a parent or spouse passes away unexpectedly without any planning, and unfortunately, in this area of law, there are no second chances.
End of life planning always drives stressful questions and financial concerns. Many people want to know if it is necessary to probate the estate. When does it have to be done? Is an attorney needed? What if there is no will? What happens to the house, and personal belongings? How are estates settled without a will?
Grab a cup of coffee and give a call Hasselbalch Law Office. We will chat with you free of charge to help you sort through your situation whether you are planning for yourself, a loved one, or even a cherished family pet. Get the planning done today. Call us today we are ready to help.