Laura Tanner Law - Estate Planning Made Simple


Many of us put off planning our estate, but there are many benefits to estate planning early. First, you don’t have to wait; you have everything you need to start now.

Laura Tanner Law - Estate Planning Made Simple

Top Reasons Why People Put Off Estate Planning

Anyone who has assets and loved ones can benefit from having a solid estate plan in place. Consulting with an experienced estate planning attorney can help alleviate any concerns or misconceptions about the process and ensure that your wishes are carried out.

Belief that they don't have enough assets:

Some people may believe that they don't have enough assets to justify setting up a will or trust, but even small estates can benefit from estate planning.


Many people simply procrastinate and put off estate planning because they don't want to think about their own mortality.

Complexity of the process:

The process of setting up a will or trust can seem complex and overwhelming, which can deter people from taking action.

Belief that they're too young:

Younger people may believe that estate planning is something that can wait until they're older, but unexpected accidents or illnesses can happen at any age.

Lack of Knowledge:

Some people may not understand the importance of estate planning or may not know where to begin.

Fear of the Cost:

People may be hesitant to engage the services of an attorney or other professional due to the perceived high cost of estate planning.

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It's never too early to start estate planning.  It helps you maintain control, protect your family, minimize financial burdens, prepare for unforeseen circumstances, and leave a lasting legacy. So, don't delay—take the first step and start planning.

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Our mission is to provide simple estate planning services to every Utah adult at an accessible price. 

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Family Estate Planning

Estate Planning

By creating a comprehensive plan, you can ensure you make and communicate decisions about what do to a medical emergency, an inventory of your assets, and instructions on how you want your estate to be managed.

Simple Wills

Simple Wills

Every adult who owns anything should have a will to ensure your assets are distributed according to your wishes.

Simple Trusts

Simple Trusts

Simple Trusts can be used in combination with a will, or during a person's lifetime, for a variety of reasons.

Power of Attorney

Power of Attorney

Having a Power of Attorney ensures you have someone you trust to manage your affairs in the event of incapacitation during your lifetime.  

Articles to help you plan

It is important to note that laws regarding wills and estates vary by jurisdiction, so it is advisable to consult with a qualified attorney who specializes in estate planning to ensure that your will is properly drafted and legally valid. The content of these articles is for general information purposes only; it is not, and should not be considered legal advice.
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Common Questions

A will is a legal document that specifies how you want your property and assets to be distributed after you pass away.

A will is important because it ensures that your wishes are followed after you die. Without a will, your property and assets may be distributed according to state laws, which may not align with your wishes.

A trust is a legal entity that holds property or assets for the benefit of a third party, called a beneficiary.

A trust can provide several benefits, such as avoiding probate, minimizing estate taxes, and protecting assets from creditors and lawsuits.

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