You work hard and play hard. You love your family and care about what will happen to them when you’re not around.
You’re willing to take responsibility for what will happen to you, your family, your business, and your prized possessions when you die or become incapacitated.
You know that a legacy is about more than just leaving “stuff” to people…it’s about passing on your story and your values.
But words like wills, trusts, probate, and long-term care are confusing. And a bit scary.
And thinking about death, disability, and incapacity is about as enjoyable as getting a colonoscopy.
Sometimes, working with lawyers isn’t much fun either. They might use legal words you don’t understand, or perhaps they expect you to take time off from work for meetings that feel rushed and impersonal. Maybe they don’t listen to what you’re saying and just tell you what they think you need. Or maybe they bill you for every email and phone call, and then seem to disappear after all the paperwork is signed.
Things are different when you work with attorney Cynthia M. Clark at Tannenbaum Scro, P.L.