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Attorney Jared Clay Writes an Article for Anchor Wealth Management

Reno & Zahm

We are pleased to announce that our attorney, Jared Arthur Clay, recently wrote an article for Anchor Wealth Management. Anchor Wealth is a financial advice firm. It offers its clients strategies for investing, retirement, debt relief, and so on.

The article, titled “Why You Need an Estate Plan,” discusses the benefits of estate planning. These plans make preparations for distributing property after death. The article explains that creating a plan can help you avoid probate and its problems. Probate involves extensive paperwork and expenses piled on surviving loved ones.

Estate planning can also provide peace of mind, helping you know your family will be supported after you are gone. It can also provide relief during the grieving process. Your surviving loved ones can avoid dealing with tedious work and simply heal from your loss. If you want to know more, you must read the article yourself!

Attorney Clay is a skilled estate planning, personal injury litigation, and business lawyer. He has overseen multi-million-dollar transactions and successfully litigated both jury and bench trials. While attending Regent University School of Law, he was also the Executive Editor of the Regent Journal of Law & Public Policy. It’s no surprise that he’s put his literary skills to good use and branched out as an author, covering legal topics.

We are proud to see his written work made available to the public, and we know he will continue to use his legal skills to help Rockford residents.

For experienced legal services, contact our office, and request a consultation with attorney Jared Arthur Clay or one of our other experienced attorneys. Our number is (815) 987-4050, and you can reach us online.

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