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We can’t predict the future.
But we can help you plan for it.
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What is Estate Planning?
Estate planning is the way you protect yourself and your loved ones in the event of incapacity, and decide who will receive your assets when you pass away.
What is Probate?
Probate is a lengthy court proceeding to administer the assets of a deceased person. You can avoid probate by having an attorney draft a Revocable Living Trust.
What Do You Need to Know About Trust Administration?
A trust is an estate planning device that allows your assets to be distributed privately, outside the purview of the probate court. Our law firm can assist you with Trust administration and the management of the assets within the trust.
Can Estate Planning Prevent a Guardianship?
Yes, estate planning can prevent a guardianship. Having an attorney draft a power of attorney for healthcare and financial matters can eliminate the need for guardianship proceedings if you become incapacitated.
Can I Reduce My Estate Tax Liability?
The experienced attorneys at our firm understand the tax implications of your assets upon death and can help implement a plan to minimize and possibly eliminate any estate tax liability.
Should I Create a Special Needs Plan for my Child?
If your child is disabled and receives government benefits, or might receive government benefits when you pass away, a special needs trust is a vital part of your estate plan. A properly drafted special needs trust allows a disabled child to enjoy the benefits of your estate without being disqualified from need-based government benefits.