Something Old, Something New, and an Estate Plan, Too!young children.Part of my job at Ambler Keenan Mitchell Johnson is to create document summaries. This part of estate planning for families also helped me think about the future. I have a growing retirement account and a small bank account. It isn’t much, but I began to ponder how an estate plan would allow that money to go to my husband, or to a college savings account for my ten-year-old stepson, or to my preschool-aged second cousins if something were to happen to me. As I pay down my student loans and slowly build my retirement account, I am building not only my future, but the future of my family as well.Even after we have our one-hour free estate planning consultation with one of the attorneys at Ambler Keenan Mitchell Johnson, we will continue to think about how to plan for our future and the future generations. My husband and I don’t want to build our assets and retirement accounts only for our lives, but we want to use estate planning for families to provide for his son and our future children after we are gone.If you are interested in protecting your new family and would like a free, one-hour initial estate planning consultation with an experienced estate planning attorney at Ambler Keenan Mitchell Johnson, call 303-407-1542 or send an online request here.