Notary in Central Hanover: Enjoying your retirement - Generation Gold
Once your kids leave the house, everything changes.
Entering retirement opens new horizons. Your plans are big and financial independence is ensured. But are your last will, the enduring power of attorney and advance healthcare directive still up-to-date? Do they represent your current living conditions? Is an inequal division of assets detrimental? In case of unexpected illness or death, which fiscal consequences must be taken into consideration if legal actions become complicated or even impossible? Modern enduring powers of attorney and advance healthcare directives can soften the blows dealt by sudden events – for you personally and your assets. Transfer contracts with secured re-assignment claims allow your family's assets to be structured fiscally effective. A last will or agreement-as-to-succession ensure an acceleration of the process as well as a lowering of costs. Large real estate assets can be transferred to the next generation gradually and tax effectively.