At Altman & Associates, we want you to view estate planning as a process, not a product. The hardest part of the process for most people is simply getting started. However, in the days, months and years following your first completed estate plan, the inevitability of change (with respect to both life and laws) makes for another critical part […]
These days, starting a family is often done in tandem with continuing education, career moves, paying off debt, buying homes, investing money, helping parents, and more. In the midst of all of these major life events, estate planning often gets put on the back burner. Often people think that they are too young and healthy […]
Knowing that your family and assets are protected and that your wishes will be honored…That’s true peace of mind.” Read our Note to New Clients.
Losing a loved one is hard enough without the added stress of settling an estate. Don’t take any action without calling us first. We’ll guide you through the legal process, ensuring that things are handled the right way.” Read more about losing of a loved one.
If you have a child, parent or other loved one who is disabled or otherwise not able to care for themselves, special planning is the only way to ensure that they will be taken care of should something happen to you. Learn more about the importance of special needs planning.