Wills & Estate Planing Law
When people think of estate planning the first thing that comes to mind is writing a Will. Although your Will is a large element of your estate plan, there is much more to consider. Your estate plan will be greatly influenced by your marital status, family, health, financial position and business dealings.
Each of these items will play a role in how comprehensive your estate plan should be. Because your life is constantly changing, your estate plan should be reviewed and revised regularly to make sure important issues are taken care of in the case that you become ill or pass away.
For further information about the components of a comprehensive estate plan you may find it helpful to review the following RANDHAWA LAW OFFICE ' guides to prepare for your meeting with one of our wills and estates lawyers