Planning for the Future
Estate planning is organization by an individual that make sure that one’s heirs are provided for in the best possible way, including lifetime planning as well as disposition of property at death. Estate planning is carried out with legal documents such as wills and trusts; it typically involves an attorney, and may be very complicated if you have a lot of assets or a complicated situation.
However, every estate plan should start at the same point: decide who needs your support and how you want to protect them. As difficult as it is to sit down and plan for the day when you will no longer be here, it is essential and a real show of love for your family and friends. Our office handles the following probate matters:
- Last Will and Testament
- Power of Attorney
- Living Will
- Advanced Directive
- Executor and Trustee Liability
- Probate Dispute Litigation
If you do not make certain decisions regarding who will take care of your children or how and who will settle your financial affairs, the Court often will make these decisions for you. In addition, the critical choices of medical procedure in case of incapacitation is also an important part of your estate plan. Our office can assist you with proper estate planning, so that you are assured that your wishes are carried our appropriately.