We have assembled all of our most valuable estate planning advice into this invaluable survival guide, which is free for the asking! Simply fill out the form on this page, and you will get an email shortly with a download our helpful 25-page guide to protecting your family’s assets in Virginia. Whether you believe you’ve thought of everything when it comes to your estate plan, or you haven’t even taken the first step, this guide will become your most valuable resource.
What You’ll Find Inside
When you receive your digital copy of our guide, you’ll quickly learn about common misconceptions regarding wills and trusts and how to avoid issues with your end-of-life planning. We help you protect your assets, your family, and your wishes with this extensive guide. Here is just a small sample of the documents we have included:
- 8 Potential Problems With Revocable Living Trusts
- 12 Problems That Could Cost Your Family a Fortune – and Their Solutions
- 14 Costly Misconceptions About Planning for Your Senior Years
- 5 Dangerous Holes in Your Estate Plan
- Your Estate Plan Needs Maintenance
- How to Choose a Qualified Lawyer
- 20 Red Flags That Signal When Your Will or Living Trust Is Out of Date
Why would we give all of this information away for free? We believe that an informed client is the best client. When you understand what can go wrong and how your family can suffer when you don’t properly plan for the future—whatever the future may bring—it will be clear to you why you should talk to an experienced Hampton Roads estate planning attorney.
Alperin Law Is Here for You
When you have read our free guide, we invite you to give us a call to find out how we may be able to help you. We can meet you wherever you are in the estate planning process—from a first draft of a will to a complete overhaul of an outdated plan. Our team has seen what can happen when all the possibilities are not considered, and we want to help you avoid placing an undue burden on your family. Fill out our request form and you can get started right away!