I’m Simple

Young adults, single individuals without children, and individuals with few assets still need to plan for unforeseen circumstances to avoid court.  Cholewka Law’s 3-Step Foundation Plan™ makes certain the right people are making your healthcare decisions and managing your assets in an emergency.

Empowering You To Protect Your Family

Meet Taylor. Taylor is in college working on her bachelor’s degree at ASU Polytechnic campus. She has been dating her boyfriend for 2 years, but they are waiting until she graduates to get married. Taylor lives in an apartment in Power Ranch with two roommates. Her parents bought her a car that has logged more than 100,000 miles, she has a checking account at Chase Bank, and she is hoping to adopt a cat soon. She also has a really cool vinyl record collection she inherited from her grandfather. Taylor thinks she is simple and doesn’t need to create an estate plan.

Estate plans do more than just distribute your stuff when you die. If Taylor is in a car accident, she needs an estate plan in order to:

  • Choose who will make healthcare decisions for her
  • Give her boyfriend the ability to talk to doctors to get information on her status
  • Give her parents the ability to deal with her insurance company

Don’t confuse “simple” with “typical.” Just because you are typical, does not mean your legal situation is simple. We believe everyone over the age of 18 should have a Foundation Plan in place. We can help you achieve this.


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