When a property owner dies, probate can be a very complicated process. Assets not held in trust are dispositioned and must be administered under court supervision.
Without a will, State law governs distribution and administration of assets. Do not let a large portion of an estate get eaten up by taxes and court administration. Call us today.
Estate planning lets you provide for your family upon your death. This can be done by creating a trust or will, making end-of-life funeral arrangements and establishing power of attorney.
You need to plan for death taxes, provide for incapacity, provide for minor children or special bequests. Spare your loved ones the expense & frustration. Call us today.
Living trusts are where one party holds property on behalf of another party. Trusts are created for a “trustee” to manage assets for a third party (beneficiaries).
A trust avoids probate which can be a very expensive, drawn-out process. This is a very important tool whether you are married, or an individual. We can set up a trust for you. Call us!
Wills let you name an executor for your estate. It also allows you to name your beneficiaries.
A will must be properly drafted to suit your individual needs. We can make sure your final wishes will be honored.
As a business owner, there are risks associated with conducting your day to day operations. Unfortunately, frivolous lawsuits have become a way of life.
In addition to liability insurance, you need legal protection. We can set up business entities, trusts and other legal methods to protect your business. Call us to minimize your risk today.
Conservatorship, also know as guardianship, places an individual legally, under the supervision of a custodian, or guardian. A conservatorship may be over an estate or a person.
There are various responsibilities that must be met by a conservator. Contact us to learn more about this important legal tool.