While the very idea of estate planning is hard for many people to think about, considering the alternative to a well-planned estate is almost always worse. If you have worked as hard as possible to provide for yourself and your family, planning for the time after you’re gone is just as important. In order to alleviate as many of the problems associated with the probate process as possible, having a will and a trust is a great first step. Contact the Safe Harbor Wills & Trusts law firm in Syracuse today to set up a consultation. Read our blog entries for some questions to ask yourself about your estate, and information about how the estate planning works.

  1. Business distancing

    What a whirlwind the last 2-4 weeks have been.  It is hard to believe that I was in Florida for a conference and some family time with my parents just a bit over 1 month ago.  We knew about Covid19,…Read More

  2. Planning for Your Elder Years: Part Two

    In an earlier blog, we talked about some of the most important factors that you have to take into consideration while you are planning for your elder years. As a law firm that is dedicated to helping …Read More

  3. Planning for Your Elder Years: Part One

    While it can be uncomfortable thinking about your future, it is better to start as early as possible. What might seem like insurmountable hurdles can actually be small and manageable changes and goals…Read More

  4. What is an Irrevocable Trust?

    If you have been mulling over the options for estate planning, you’ve definitely come across the phrase “irrevocable trust” more than a few times. It is one of the many options you have availabl…Read More

  5. When Should I Start My Estate Planning?

    If you’re in your 20s or 30s you probably don’t think too much about your estate — it’s a long way off and you have a lot of other concerns, namely, raising a family, buying a home, and advanc…Read More