Today as I was looking over old blog posts, I came across one that made me chuckle but then got me thinking. Over my lifetime twice the news outlets declared that the world was going to end, between Y2K and the Mayan calendar debacle, the world should have ended by now. Fortunately, for all of us it has not ended. However, some day it will end for me and for you because the one thing we are guaranteed is that we will die someday. So the question then becomes, “when?” When will we die is the question that eludes all of us.
My favorite line from the previous blog, “while we may not go down in fire and brimstone, a meteor or any other world-destructive method, we all have a temporary amount of time on this earth and need to prepare accordingly.” We do not know when are time on earth is going to end; however, one important way we can plan for the inevitable is with an estate plan from MH. A proper estate plan can provide security and peace of mind to you and your loved ones.
Meet with one of our experienced estate planning attorneys before the inevitable happens. Call MH today to plan accordingly.
Why Choose Morris Hall:
You have a number of options when it comes to estate planning, so why pick Morris Hall? First off, estate planning and asset protection are a very complicated endeavor and you should only trust someone who focuses exclusively on those matters. Also, MH is a proud member of The American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys (AAEPA) which provides us additional support, advanced training, tools and information that is not available to others – which means that we can better protect your assets and your loved ones. We are one of only two firms in Arizona that belong to the AAEPA and are the only firm in New Mexico that has been granted membership. If you have assets and loved ones that you want to protect, you are in good hands with MH. Contact us today at 888.222.1328 to schedule an appointment!
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