ESTATE PLANNING & PROBATE

Everyone needs an Estate Plan

An estate plan allows you to divide your assets, care for your family, and ensures that your legacy remains intact.  With an estate planning and probate lawyer, you will receive professional advice from an experienced team to personally guide you through the process.  

WHAT IS A PROBATE?

Probate is the legal procedure in which a probate court determines the validity of a will, or the distribution of a decedent’s assets in the absence of a will.The estate planning process can get complex. With the help of a probate lawyer, you can create wills and offer their expert advice for distributing your assets.

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HOW CAN ESTATE PLANNING ATTORNEY HELP YOU?

Our specialist Estate Planning Attorney assist you in the following ways:

Will

A will outlines what will happen to someone’s estate and surviving minor children after their death. With the guidance of a will and trust attorney, you can plan for the financial and physical future of your children, as well as how your assets will be divided among your beneficiaries.

Living Will And Health Care Power Of Attorney

This document specifies who will manage your finances and make healthcare decisions for you in case you become incapable or incapacitated. A living will ensures that you have a specific person in place that you trust to make those hard decisions.

Trust

After the creation of a trust, a single party (trustee) can manage or hold the assets for the benefit of another party (beneficiary). This helps you preserve your wealth for future generations and also to avoid public probate.

Power Of Attorney

Power of attorney provides an individual the legal right to act on the behalf of another person. With a clear power of attorney in place, you can ensure your physical and financial safety, as well as allow someone you trust to make decisions on your behalf.

Probate Avoidance

A probate attorney can provide expert guidance and compassionate care as you prepare your estate after your death. We can help you protect your assets, your beneficiaries, and your legacy.