No matter your income level or the amount of “stuff” you’ve accumulated, you’d like it to go to the people you love when you die. From the mundane to the priceless, we all have belongings that have financial or sentimental value to us, our children and our family. And no one wants a misunderstanding or a battle when it comes to sorting out family possessions.
Along that same line, we encounter serious health situations in our lives—sometimes far earlier than we think or plan for—that require someone else to make life-sustaining or life-ending decisions for us. You want that to be the person you trust most.
When you put those two critical matters together to sort out, you probably need help. It’s why you need estate planning and a health care power of attorney. And these may be matters we don’t understand, don’t know the pros and cons of, and can’t make a proper decision about. You need a professional to lead you along that path. Meet Chuck Dorwart, Estate Planning Counselor.
Chuck, a Nebraska native, is a graduate of Creighton University School of Law and has been practicing law for nearly 40 years. He has spent his career in private practice and in the public sector, handling a variety of legal disciplines. He began working on estate planning for family and friends along the way, becoming more focused on estate planning, trusts and probate in 1999, working almost solely in this area from 2006 forward.
But Chuck is more than academic degrees and legal experience. Chuck is a family man, so he knows what it means to do the best for your family. He has a heart to work with people and went into law in order to help others. There are right and wrong ways to handle estate planning, and he will counsel you on the different levels. He’s the trustworthy guide you need to answer all those difficult questions on the estate-planning path. To learn more or schedule a visit, contact:
Charles E. Dorwart, Attorney
Govier, Katskee, Suing & Maxell, PC, LLO