The Last Estate Planning and Elder Law Attorney You’ll Ever Need

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Harness The Power Of Estate Planning

An estate plan is a powerful way to make important decisions while you still can. It protects you and your assets. Structured correctly, an estate plan can avoid confusion and conflicts among your loved ones.

I’m Jen, the founder and solo attorney at Jen Haskins Law, LLC. As an experienced estate planning lawyer, I am passionate about empowering people to take control of their futures through a carefully tailored estate plan. I draw on my experience as a former financial planner to provide a well-rounded approach that addresses all aspects of estate planning, from wills to long-term care planning and more. I work with clients across southern Georgia from my convenient office in Macon.

Elements Of An Estate Plan

When people think of estate plans, they typically think of wills and trusts. Those are certainly foundational components for many estate plans. Both can accomplish the distribution of assets you desire.

However, estate planning may involve many tools, each of which should be thoughtfully crafted to accomplish your goals. For example, If your goal is to avoid probate, I can utilize the right kind of trust to do so.

Whatever your objectives, I can help you put strategic tools into place such as:

  • Wills
  • Trusts, including irrevocable trusts, revocable trusts and asset protection trusts
  • Powers of attorney
  • Georgia advance directives for health care
  • Long-term care planning

I also handle probate and estate administration, which gives me valuable insight into how to put together an effective estate plan that will hold up in court and avoid disputes.

Why Having An Estate Plan Is So Important

Whatever your age, family makeup and income, taking the time to set up an estate plan can be an invaluable gift to your family. Putting down how you want to pass on your estate in legally enforceable documents can prevent surprises, misunderstandings, hurt feelings and potential litigation. Similarly, an advance directive can make your health care preferences clear, relieving your loved ones of the burden of deciding what to do in emergency and end-of-life situations.

A well-crafted estate plan can ensure your family’s financial stability, maximize your estate’s value, avoid taxes and shorten the estate administration process when the time comes. My experience in estate planning law and as a financial advisor helps you make the most of estate planning, both financially and personally.

You Deserve To Feel Confident About Your Future

A solid estate plan can lift the weight of financial uncertainty. It provides peace of mind that you have done everything in your power to protect yourself and your loved ones.

I’d be honored to guide you through the process. Please reach out to me online or by phone at 478-200-2232 to get started.