WHEN YOU SIGN YOUR TRUST AGREEMENT, WILL, POWER OF ATTORNEY, AND LIVING WILL, YOU SHOULD UNDERSTAND WHAT YOU ARE SIGNING
I say it every time I meet with someone about estate planning: part of my job is making sure that you understand what you are signing and that all of your questions are answered.
Of course we do our best, and apply our expertise and experience, to produce top-quality documents. We take pride in the documents we produce. But that’s not the whole job.
The job includes explaining what we are doing, and why it is important. That’s at least as important as the physical product.
The job also includes making sure that we understand your needs and produce a finished product that meets those needs. That requires explaining what we are doing and why, and answering your questions.
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