In its most basic terms, a will is a written instrument that dictates how a person's estate is to be dispersed upon his or her death. Formulating a valid, legally binding will is a process that requires proficiency and extreme attention to detail.
There are several requirements that must be met in order to avoid inaccuracies and missteps regarding a will. Allow us to provide you with personalized service and advise you as to how those steps need to be taken.
Trusts are much more complicated than wills, as there are several types of trusts in existence that can be used for the purpose of estate planning. The greatest advantage of a trust as opposed to a will is that certain types of trusts will help beneficiaries of the trust avoid unnecessary tax liability.
Planning your estate requires several specific steps. In order to make sure that you are taking the correct steps for your loved ones, contact us to schedule a consultation to ensure your estate planning needs are met.
our probate law attorneys to start the estate planning process.