If you are due to deploy any day, chances are you are busy making plans, saying goodbyes and spending time with the ones you love. But, what about your finances and your estate? Do you have any plan in place in case you do not return home?
Yes, it is a morbid thought, but one you've likely had numerous times since you enlisted. What happens to your family and loved ones if you don't return home? You are responsible for them, and therefore you need to have a comprehensive estate plan in order.
Finding an experienced estate planning attorney to help you, may be just what you need to get your affairs in order. With their help, no matter the size of your estate, you can rest assured your family is provided for and your assets are safe. Whether you're leaving behind parents, siblings or a new spouse and child, a skilled attorney knows just how to plan for their future, and can help you leave them your legacy. There are several resources available to members of the armed forces that can help your family during the times you are not there. A skilled attorney can help you arrange those benefits and provide for your family.
There are several aspects of finances that should be considered before deployment. Insurance, investments and budgets are all important issues of your family's finances that an attorney may be able to help with. The peace of mind, knowing your loved ones are well planned for, is invaluable. For help with your pre-deployment estate planning contact an experienced and trusted estate planning attorney.