Protect and plan for the future of your family members, assets, or business with a trusted attorney.
We advocate on your behalf when wills and estate plans are not legally written to the standards of the probate court. Your probate attorney will ensure your assets are protected with strategies constructed to avoid common legal troubles faced by individual entities and more complex estates.
A trust may play an important role in your broader estate plan if you have an idea of how you would like your assets to be distributed after your passing. A trust will reduce the likelihood of legal conflicts down the road, preserve wealth, avoid taxes, and will coordinate the handling of your affairs and estate per your written desires.
Create a plan given an unforeseen circumstance or death to ensure your desires are recorded and your family is protected. Outline your final requests for your affairs, funeral arrangements, and the distribution of your assets after your death. The primary executor, selected at your discretion, will be the facilitator of your Will and act on behalf of your written instructions.
Prepare a plan for the various health circumstances that can be faced unexpectedly or when nearing the end of one’s life. A trusted attorney will help you document the choices you would like others to make on your behalf or on behalf of your loved ones. Ensure you and your family members receive the medical care they desire and avoid unnecessary crises during times of grief.
The power of attorney portion of your estate plan gives another individual, or “agent”, the ability to make critical and financial decisions on your behalf in the case you become incapacitated. A power of attorney typically becomes void after your death, however, its powers can be extended if designated as “durable” per your requests.
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