Estate planning allows you to manage your estate and provides instructions regarding how you wish your assets to be handled and disbursed after your death. Moreover, it states your wishes in the event you become incapacitated and can no longer communicate or make decisions on your own. The legal ramifications of not planning in advance can be significant and costly. Most of us work a lifetime to provide for our families, yet many of us never stop to consider how our families will cope financially or emotionally when we die or if a serious illness were to leave us unable to handle our financial and medical affairs. Everyone should have an estate plan or at least a simple one.
Larger Estates may require revocable or irrevocable trust planning along with tax planning. Most Trust avoid probate court.We welcome new clients and are always excited to establish new relationships. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any of your legal needs!