Part of the annual holiday tradition is to make resolutions for the coming year – things that you want to accomplish or habits that you want to break. A few weeks ago I shared a a message that it was not too late to finish strong in 2014 by checking off “Create a Will” or “Make an Estate Plan” from your 2014 resolution list.
For this message I encourage you, if you have the New Year’s Resolution to put your affairs in order with an estate plan, to kick off 2015 on the right foot. Now is the time to complete this important New Year’s Resolution! Make sure 2015 is not like all of the prior years, when those resolutions seemed so achievable, yet were somehow left unfulfilled.
Now is the time and we can help all of you who made “Create a Will” or “Make an Estate Plan” as your 2015 resolution. Our attorneys focus their entire practice on estate planning. We are not distracted by other areas of the law, so we can make sure you will get the best plan possible.
But for us to be able to help you accomplish your resolution, you have to take that step and give us a call, and make your appointment. Kick off 2015 on the right foot and make this a banner year; a year that you can look back and proudly proclaim, “Yes! I accomplished my New Year’s Resolution.”
Contributed by MH Estate Planning Attorney, James P. Plitz.
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