Wills, Trusts & Estate Planning
Have you planned your estate? Have you put your estate plan into place yet? Do you have Powers of Attorney in case of incapacity? These are important questions at any stage in life, whether you’re just starting out or already at retirement age. Mortality is something that we will all face and nobody wants to leave their loved ones lost and confused about what they would have wanted. Many people do not understand the differences between Wills, Revocable Trusts, Power of Attorneys, Beneficiary Deeds, etc. Our attorneys have decades of experience helping clients with both modest estates and those with substantial net worth, so we know how to make the estate planning process as painless and affordable as possible. Contact us today and we can help you create an effective estate plan that will protect your estate while also alleviating stress and anxiety for your loved ones.
Step 1: Contact our office to setup a consultation to discuss your goals and expectations. We can advise you on the options available to accomplish your desires.
Step 2: Collect the necessary documentation for the preparation of your plan and review drafts to ensure that you are comfortable and understand all aspects of your plan.
Step 3: Implementation of your plan through formal execution and facilitate all necessary assets transfers.