Estate Planning Services
Regardless of the size of your estate, if you have a child, an asset, or a dependent, you need an estate plan. Estate planning can ensure proper disposition of your assets upon your death, protect loved ones, prepare you in the event of incapacity, protect your assets from future creditors, and reduce the tax burden on your estate. Your estate planning attorney should assess your goals to determine which tools will be the most advantageous in your estate plan. Your comprehensive estate plan should allow you to transfer assets as you desire with a minimal financial and administrative burden to your beneficiaries.
In addition, your estate plan should reflect your wishes for medical treatment or life support, organ donation, burial, care for your pet(s), and appoint an attorney in fact in the event of incapacity or unavailability. I can evaluate your existing estate planning documents and help you plan for your future to give you and your loved one peace of mind.
I also handle the following cases:
- Living Wills
- Revocable Trusts
- Irrevocable Trusts
- Business Entity Formation
- Powers of Attorney