TRUSTS & ESTATE PLANNING
Protecting your family when you can no longer do so is one of the most important reasons to contact an Estate Planning Attorney. Creating even a basic Estate Plan will put you in control of your assets and finances so your loved ones will be spared the heartache, expense, and frustration should you become disabled or pass away.
Estate Planning allows you to control your property while you are alive and well, to give what you have to whom you want, the way you want, and when you want, provides for yourself and your loved ones if you become disabled or incapacitated, discourages legal challenges from heirs, and minimizes the impact of professional fees, Court costs, and estate taxes.
Without a proper Estate Plan, intestacy laws will dictate who inherits your property, and the results might not be what you intend. It is best to create an Estate Plan that reflects your wishes and that gives you and your loved ones peace of mind.