Starting a family brings new joys, but also many new responsibilities. The lives of your spouse and children rest in your hands and you need to live up to the responsibility to care for those you love by developing a plan for your future. Young families have special needs when it comes to financial planning, estate planning, and planning for retirement – and an experienced attorney can help families to fulfill those needs
Barbara M. Pizzolato provides legal representation to individuals and couples who are newly married, who have children, and who are thinking about starting families. Individuals and couples can get the guidance they need to make smart choices today that provide for a secure tomorrow. Call to find out about some of the legal issues that you can get help with as you plan ahead to achieve security for those you love. You’ll get personalized legal advice and find out key information including:
- Why should young families get help planning for the future?
- What should be involved with your plan?
- How can a Southwest Florida attorney help young families to achieve a secure future?
WHY SHOULD YOUNG FAMILIES GET LEGAL HELP?
Young families should get help planning for a bright future by learning about their financial planning options, setting goals, and establishing a strategy for a secure retirement. Barbara M. Pizzolato provides assistance creating a map for how to invest, grow, and protect your money so you can achieve goals like buying houses, keeping family assets safe from creditors, starting your own business, and paying for your children’s education.
While the hope is always that tomorrow will a better day, young families also need to be aware that tragedy can strike at any time. Being prepared for the worst helps to ensure that those you love are always secure. Creating a comprehensive estate plan allows you to provide for your children if you should become sick or pass away, and ensures you won’t become a terrible burden on your family if you become badly injured or sick and hard decisions need to be made.
WHAT SHOULD BE INVOLVED WITH YOUR PLAN?
The plans created by young families need to be designed with their own unique situation and goals in mind. Parents of children, especially those with special needs, will have very different goals than couples with no kids whose aim is early retirement. Whatever your plan is for your life, Barbara M. Pizzolato will help to give you the legal advice and arm you with the legal tools that can make your dreams a reality.
Some of the different things that young couples and families may include in their plans include:
• Retirement planning
• Financial planning
• Creating wills and trusts to name guardians for children and provide for their future
• Tax avoidance and asset protection strategies so families can begin building and securing a legacy
• These are just a few of many different aspects of planning to care for your family that Barbara M. Pizzolato can offer help with.
HOW CAN A SOUTHWEST FLORIDA LAWYER HELP YOUNG FAMILIES
Barbara M. Pizzolato has been working with young families for almost three decades to ensure they set solid goals, take steps to achieve them, and protect all they have worked for. To learn more about how you can get help from a Southwest Florida lawyer to achieve security for yourself and stability for your children, no matter what the future brings, call today.
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