Life & Death Organizer


It's already hard enough when people die. What makes it even harder is when you have to clean up their mess because they weren't organized. Death is stressful. Let's reduce that stress to the greatest degree possible. That means getting your affairs in order. Having your beneficiary designations set up properly. Having your wills properly executed. Having your living trust properly executed. Having your successor trustees know their roles and know where your documents are located. Many people don't know whether you wanted to be buried or cremated, and the circumstances surrounding that. I think one of the greatest gifts that we can give to our children and heirs is to leave them in an estate with a nice little bow on it. An estate that can get wrapped up and distributed easily, timely, and efficiently. Let's avoid probate. Let's avoid wasted time. Let's avoid wasting money. It starts now. It's easy to do. Let Mike Massey, the affordable Austin Estate Planning Attorney, build you a life-and-death organizer, which will hold your wills, your living trust, your powers of attorney, your HIPPA medical releases, your burial and cremation instructions, and relevant Financial statements.



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Mike Massey JD, MBA, MPA just might be the 195th most interesting person in Texas. He has 4 college degrees and he's working on a 5th:  BBS Accounting; MPA Master's in Professional Accounting; JD Law Degree; MBA Master's in Business Administration; BBS in Biblical Studies (in progress).

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