League City Legacy Planning Attorney
Passing on More than Just Your Assets
At The McNair Law Group, PLLC, we know that making arrangements for our assets and wealth can often seem to be a very sanitized and impersonal process. Much of the estate planning community can often act at odds when working with clients, disconnected from the true sentiment of our strategies to provide for our loved ones. The value of our financial assets is frequently exceeded by that of our family heirlooms and treasured histories though, and these require a better approach. League City estate planning attorney Joy McNair applies a more holistic method to legacy planning to ensure your history lives on.
Legacy planning is the creation of a plan to pass on your full legacy, such as:
- Financial assets
- Family heirlooms
- Family history
- Your family business
Guidance to Create Comprehensive Heritage Plans
Your estate is comprised of all valued assets you own. This extends from financial to non-financial and includes such things as investments, retirement accounts, personal property, and business interests. With legacy planning, our League City estate planning lawyer helps to ensure that your plan doesn’t disregard extremely valuable assets often ignored in this process.
Your legacy is also the family values you want to preserve and the sense of community and integrity you wish to keep your family imbued with. Maintaining a vision for your estate plan that includes your collected wisdom, family heirlooms, and stories can truly convey your legacy in a manner that is sorely neglected in standard estate plans and trust documents.
Get the Information You Need
Our League City legacy planning attorney understands that getting started with legacy planning can seem overwhelming. Our legacy planning law group provides a number of estate planning articles as well as estate planning workshops you can attend in order to learn enough to feel comfortable moving forward.
Feel confident in these important decisions. Contact The McNair Law Group, PLLC to get help from a legacy planning law group by calling (281) 784-3340 to get started.