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Most people think of their will as a way to make sure their family will be financially provided for after they’re gone. However, an estate plan is more than just your money – it is your legacy. A legacy is what we leave behind for those we love. It can be money, but it can also be so much more. From family recipes written in your grandparent’s handwriting to life advice from your parents, a legacy is all the things, big and small, that our loved ones give to us.
But, how can you be sure that your legacy is protected? Is there a way to ensure that your family knows you love them and will take care of them even after death? Our Certified Personal Family Lawyer® at Aria Law, PLLC, has the experience you need to protect your legacy and guide you through the estate planning process.
Call our San Antonio estate planning team at (210) 960-9996 today.
Protecting What Matters
Most estate planning firms focus on creating a watertight will and ensuring that your final estate plan is legally binding. At Aria Law PLLC, we can help you do so much more.
Our firm focuses on more than the legal minutiae of your estate. We work in tandem with you to build a plan that reflects your intentions for the estate while also offering strategies to protect family wealth.
The term “family wealth” refers to the priceless accumulation of wisdom and love passed down from generation to generation. The moments and memories from your childhood and stories told around the dinner table at holidays should never be taken for granted, which is why your legacy is our priority.
How We Protect Family Wealth
When a loved one passes away, the time after their death is confusing and frustrating as their family attempts to follow the instructions they left behind. However, all the inheritance and heirlooms in the world cannot make up for your loss. You and your legacy are priceless to your family, but it can be challenging to incorporate your legacy into the estate plan. That is where we come in.
Our firm focuses on making estate plans meaningful, and this is how we do it:
- Your estate plan should be unique to you and your family, which is why we take the time necessary to learn about your needs so we can help you create a personalized estate plan that reflects your values and experience.
- Evergreen estate plans are out; flexible family plans are in. As your circumstances change, so should your estate plan. When it is time to adjust your plan, our team can guide you through the process so you can have peace of mind.
- If you have dependent children, it is critical to include guardianship in your estate plan just in case. Our attorney knows that protecting your children is a priority. That is why we provide comprehensive estate plans that include protections for children that go beyond a clause in your will.
In addition to all of the above, we also give you the opportunity to leave something for your family that they can carry with them forever. Our firm offers all of our clients the option to include a handwritten note, letter, or video message in their estate plan. Last words through a handwritten letter or final advice through a video can go a long way to giving your family peace of mind.
Building Legacies from the Ground Up
At Aria Law PLLC, we are in the building business – building legacies, plans, and futures for our clients. Our firm has a heart for our clients, and we provide personalized attention to every one of them. You can rest assured with the knowledge that we will be your lifelong partners throughout the estate planning process. We can help you update your plan and keep your will current, so your family will be protected after your death.
Ready to begin your estate plan? Schedule a consultation with our San Antonio estate planning attorney to plan for your future.
Personal Family Lawyer®
A Personal Family Lawyer® is an advisor who helps you make the very best personal, financial, legal, and business decisions for your family and will be there to guide your loved ones if you cannot.
When it's time to think about your future, Aria Law is prepared to help navigate you through the estate planning process. Get in touch with our team today to discuss your options.