You've invested your lifetime in saving and investing money so that you can leave a legacy. You want to be sure that, once you've passed on, your hard earned money and property are left to the heirs of your estate, and not your creditors. You also want to be sure that your heirs understand your wishes and can avoid the expense of probate if possible. Estate planning includes but is not limited to reviewing your life insurance policies to make sure beneficiaries are properly designated, that you have planned for contingencies, your Will or Trust states your wishes for division of your property, and that nothing is left to guess once you have passed. Most of all, you should be able to do this without trying to make sense yourself of the complicated jargon, paperwork, and numerous state and federal laws involved in the estate planning process. Give our attorney a call today at 503-227-3004 to discuss your options.