Estate Planning

Estate Planning in El Paso and the Southwest

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Clifford, Ross, Raudenbush & Cooper, LLC offers estate planning services in El Paso and the Southwest. When it comes to planning accordingly, you need a great team by your side. Your “estate” is basically all you own, from your car and home to your banking accounts! Estate planning gives you the opportunity to plan for what happens to your estate at the time of your death. Estate planning is intrinsically important in order for families to be organized in the event of a tragedy.

How Families Benefit from Estate Planning

Estate planning is a blanket term for a variety of different options. Wills, trusts, financial power of attorney and final arrangements all fall under the blanket term of “estate planning.” Although there are many options, one thing remains true: in order to plan accordingly, you need to know exactly what you’re doing! Clifford, Ross, Raudenbush & Cooper, LLC offers the assistance you’re looking for. With our help, you’ll be able to plan your estate as successfully as possible! Although death is an event many people try not to think about, it’s best to plan accordingly in case of tragedy.

With estate planning, you can decide what will happen with your estate, who will receive what and the time when that should occur. Dealing with death or disability is hard for any family. Planning accordingly will make these difficult situations easier to deal with.

Wills and Trusts

This is where the planning for your estate begins. Your will delineates instructions on what will happen to your property and assets in the event of your death. Trusts are somewhat similar to wills. People often choose trusts over wills because certain kinds of trusts can let you skip probate. Trusts cost more than wills but they allow you to avoid the interference of the court. It all depends on what’s best for you. As always, Clifford, Ross, Raudenbush & Cooper, LLC will help you make the right decision!

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Power of Attorney and Funeral Expenses

The other side of estate planning deals with what will happen in an event when you can’t make decisions for yourself or at the time of your death. Power of Attorney delineates an individual or individuals who can make financial and legal decisions on your behalf. Estate planning also gives you the ability to plan for funeral expenses accordingly. The last thing you want your family to go through when you’re gone is financial anguish.

Planning for the Future Has Never Been Easier — Contact Us Today

A lot goes into estate planning. The best way to make sure you and your family are set for the future is to seek professional help. Clifford, Ross, Raudenbush & Cooper, LLC have been serving El Paso and the Southwest for close to 40 years, so we understand the intricate details of estate planning.With our assistance, you can rest easy knowing your estate will go exactly where you want it to. Contact Clifford, Ross, Raudenbush & Cooper, LLC today.