Estate Planning is important because life is unpredictable, so it is wise to get your estate in order as soon as possible. We encourage you to see estate planning as a practical tool instead of something that you don’t want to think about or that makes you uncomfortable. Even the healthiest people should plan ahead to ensure that their assets and property are handled according to their will after they have passed away or become incapacitated. Estate planning includes:
  • Durable Power of Attorney 
  • Last wills and testaments 
  • Living wills 
  • Living trusts 
  • Establishing beneficiaries 
  • Establishing an estate administrator 
By getting your affairs, property, beneficiaries, administrators, and medical wishes in order now, you can have peace of mind knowing that your estate will be properly handled and distributed after you have passed away. Our attorneys provide respectful counsel and representation. We do everything we can to expedite your process so that it is completed as quickly as possible, allowing you to move forward with your life knowing that everything is prepared for the future.

Overview of Wills & Trusts

One of the most important issues that is addressed during estate planning is creating your will. You can set up a living will that can be altered while you are still living or you can draft a last will and testament that simply outlines how you want your estate to be handled after you pass away.

Living trusts place a portion of your estate in the care of a trustor, who handles the assets on behalf of a beneficiary of your choice. That beneficiary will then inherit the trust at a later date of your choice, such as a birthday or a specific calendar date. Similar to living wills, living trusts can also be altered while you are alive.
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