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Last Will
& Testament

Without a Will, your assets pass according to the State's rules

Last Will & Testament

If you own assets in your name alone, they may pass from you to the people you love, as long as you leave a Will. Without a Will, your assets pass according to the State's rules, also known as intestacy.

The State may not pass your assets to the people you care about. You should be sure.

You should know that...

• Assets will pass through your Will to your loved ones if the Will is written properly.

• You can reduce your estate tax liability by using a trust in a Will.

• You can protect the ones you love by creating a trust in your Will which can protect that person from creditors.

• You can protect you.

• It is important that you give your family the tools to help you if you cannot help yourself, your children from divorce, or you may protect your children who are not good with money or those who have other problems, such as addiction or mental illness.

• You can protect disabled beneficiaries by creating a Supplemental Needs Trust for them, which preserves assets for the family while keeping their eligibility for public benefits.

• Your Will must go through probate - using the courts to divide your property.

If you're interested in writing your will...

There are a few things you should know. I've created a few documents to get you started.

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Mitchell Lansky

Imagine eliminating the worry and stress of money, wills, and care! Imagine your family celebrating your life without worry or confusion.

We have navigated this system successfully for 30 years.

Mitchell comes from a long line of Memphians dedicated to serving people. In addition to a Law Degree, Mitchell has a Masters in Tax Law and is a member of Lawyers with Purpose - a group that specializes in Estate Planning.

With 30 years of experience in this field, Mitchell's mind and passion are aligned for details and problem-solving.

If you believe

your estate should be protected
and your assets secured,


Depending on where you are in life, Estate Planning could include some, or all of the following:
  • Durable Power of Attorney
  • Medical Power of Attorney
  • Last Wills & Testaments
  • Living Trusts
  • Advanced Care Directives
  • Probate Assets
  • Asset Jurisdiction
It's not right to continue ignoring the need to plan.
Your family shouldn't have to figure this out after you're gone.
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