Life Insurance in Contra Costa County
San Ramon Estate Planning Lawyer
When planning for the future, one aspect you should consider is whether
you need life insurance. Although it is not necessary, it could be extremely
beneficial in situations where there are young children or dependents.
In cases involving a will, the deceased's possessions will be divided
amongst the beneficiaries. If the deceased had a life insurance policy,
the family members left behind will immediately receive the proceeds.
This could be beneficial as it could help them pay for funeral and burial
expenses as well as help with lost income.
So how do you know if you need to take out a life insurance policy? First,
you need to consider how many people depend on you financially. If you
are the main income-earner in your family, life insurance could help support
your family. For situations where no one relies on you financially, you
likely do not need to take out a policy. If you do have dependents, it
is important to determine what their living expenses are and whether the
proceeds of your property would be enough to cover them. The age of your
dependents is another important factor. How long before they can provide
for themselves? Will your spouse go back to work? These are all questions
you can ask yourself when trying to determine whether to take out a life
insurance policy. Get answers from a
San Ramon estate planning lawyer at the firm.
Contact a Contra Costa County probate attorney to learn more!
With plenty of experience in
estate planning, contact the team at Blackwell, Santaella & Jahangiri LLP if you need
helping determining whether you need life insurance and what type of life
insurance is best in your situation.
Contact a San Ramon estate planning attorney as soon as possible! We look forward to hearing from you and helping you
however we can.