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Yes, You Really Need An Estate Plan

Wealthy individuals and their heirs aren’t the only people who benefit from a customized estate plan. If you are concerned about your legacy and your future well-being, you need an estate plan to ensure that your wishes are respected.

At Cheryl Bergian Law Office, I understand that it may seem overwhelming to identify the estate planning instruments that best fit your needs and circumstances. You can rely on me to use decades of estate planning experience to guide you through this process as efficiently as possible. As your advocate, I will give you the practical advice so that you can make sound decisions about this important matter.

Helping You Overcome The Hurdles That Prevent You From Moving Forward

Everyday responsibilities and uncertainty about what the future holds can make it easy to delay the estate planning process until it is too late. When you work with me, I will help develop a strategy that addresses your concerns and allows you to move forward with your goals.

At Cheryl Bergian Law Office, I am distinctly qualified to advise you on the benefits and drawbacks associated with the legal tools that you can use to build your estate plan. I routinely draft, execute and revise a range of documents that include:

  • Last Will and Testament
  • Power of attorney
  • Health care directives
  • Trusts

In addition to helping clients establish an estate plan, I assist personal representatives with the administration and probate process. I explore all options to ensure that your assets are distributed in a timely fashion without unnecessary legal hurdles.

Working With Qualified Lawyer Is Critical

Without a legal partner, estate planning and administration can be a stressful experience for all involved. If you choose to draft your own will, you can create headaches for your loved ones, prolonging the administration process.

I draw on my substantial knowledge of estate laws in North Dakota and Minnesota to create documents that are legally binding. Collaborating with my firm can help you secure your peace of mind as you anticipate your next stage in life.

Begin The Process Today

I offer no-cost, no-obligation estate planning consultations because I want you to know your options before you take action. Please email or call my Fargo firm at 701-297-2501. If I am not in my office, you can schedule a 30-minute consultation at this site. You can also arrange a 45-minute consult by clicking this link. I am licensed to represent clients throughout eastern North Dakota and northwestern Minnesota. Arrange your appointment today!