Protecting your Family’s Future

Are you concerned about whether you’ve taken the right steps to plan for yourself and your family’s future?

Do you wonder whether your estate is planned correctly?

Do you want to learn more about your different estate planning options?

Protecting Your Family’s Future – All about Wills, Trusts and Probate covers everything you need to know to understand your estate planning options and get started putting together an estate plan to protect your loved ones and preserve your assets.

Estate Planning Attorney Richard M. Chamberlain shares his knowledge of estate planning tools and techniques from more than 20 years of serving Ohio families and individuals with their estate planning and estate administration needs.

In this easy to read book you’ll learn:

  • How Wills and Trusts really work
  • What the Probate process is in Ohio, why you should avoid it, and the best ways to do it
  • How you can (and should) protect your loved ones and their inheritance with your estate plan
  • How a customized estate plan gives you peace of mind for the future 

 

 

What other attorneys say about this book:

“I have known Richard Chamberlain for several years.   We are members of a closely-knit peer group of estate planning attorneys that meets several times each year and in my experience, Richard’s advice is top-notch.  This book is no exception. It is packed with useful examples and actionable information. There are fifteen easy-to-read chapters in the book. But the final chapter isn’t actually in the book. The final chapter starts when you work with Richard and his team for your planning needs and culminates in an estate plan that is just right for your needs.

        Thomas M. Flannagan, Esq., Alexandrov, Metzger & Flannagan, P.C., Worcester, MA. www.amfpc.com 

“I’ve been an estate planning attorney for 42 years and I’m impressed with Richard’s ability not only to deal with complex concepts completely but also clearly explain them. I was stunned with how he condensed into a short book what they take months to cover in law school. It’s comprehensive, starting with the basics and then more advanced concepts. He provides numerous examples from real life and you see the differences in results from the decisions people make. The book is a great resource.”

        Steven Silverman, Esq., Steven Silverman, P.A., Miami, FL. www.stevensilverman.com

People often say that attorneys use too much legal jargon and talk over their clients’ heads.  If that’s the case, then Richard Chamberlain is not your “typical” attorney.  Richard has an unusual ability to take complicated legal topics and explain them in a way that is easy to understand.  In addition, his extensive experience allows him to incorporate helpful real-life examples into what can be a dry subject.  Whether you are reading his book or meeting in person, Richard’s insights will be extremely valuable in developing your estate plan.

        Scott P. Keifer, Attorney at Law, St. Louis Estate Planning, LLC, St. Louis, MO. www.STLEstate.com

In this easy to read book you’ll learn:

 

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What other attorneys say about this book:

“I have known Richard Chamberlain for several years.   We are members of a closely-knit peer group of estate planning attorneys that meets several times each year and in my experience, Richard’s advice is top-notch.  This book is no exception. It is packed with useful examples and actionable information. There are fifteen easy-to-read chapters in the book. But the final chapter isn’t actually in the book. The final chapter starts when you work with Richard and his team for your planning needs and culminates in an estate plan that is just right for your needs.

        Thomas M. Flannagan, Esq., Alexandrov, Metzger & Flannagan, P.C., Worcester, MA. www.amfpc.com 

“I’ve been an estate planning attorney for 42 years and I’m impressed with Richard’s ability not only to deal with complex concepts completely but also clearly explain them. I was stunned with how he condensed into a short book what they take months to cover in law school. It’s comprehensive, starting with the basics and then more advanced concepts. He provides numerous examples from real life and you see the differences in results from the decisions people make. The book is a great resource.”

        Steven Silverman, Esq., Steven Silverman, P.A., Miami, FL. www.stevensilverman.com

People often say that attorneys use too much legal jargon and talk over their clients’ heads.  If that’s the case, then Richard Chamberlain is not your “typical” attorney.  Richard has an unusual ability to take complicated legal topics and explain them in a way that is easy to understand.  In addition, his extensive experience allows him to incorporate helpful real-life examples into what can be a dry subject.  Whether you are reading his book or meeting in person, Richard’s insights will be extremely valuable in developing your estate plan.

        Scott P. Keifer, Attorney at Law, St. Louis Estate Planning, LLC, St. Louis, MO. www.STLEstate.com