When it comes to end of life care or the future welfare of your loved ones, make sure you have one of our experienced attorneys standing by you . By consulting and working closely with our experienced estate planning attorneys you are taking a key step in making sure that your final property distribution and healthcare wishes are preserved and carried out. Whether you would like to draft a basic will to provide for a few loved ones, revise an existing will, create a trust agreement, or complete a comprehensive estate plan -- including living trusts, tax-free gifts, testamentary trusts, healthcare directives, and more -- having one of our knowledgeable estate planning attorneys on your side can be a valuable asset.
We will first discuss with you the state of your financial affairs, your real and personal property, your estate planning goals, the potential needs of your loved ones in your absence, and your final healthcare wishes. One of our attorneys will then discuss the options available to you and will work closely with you toward an estate planning solution that is right for you, not only in terms of wills and final health care wishes, but also as to steps you can take now in order to save your estate and your loved ones taxes and other expenses. Finally, we will prepare all necessary documents such as wills, living trusts, testamentary trusts, and powers of attorney.
In some cases however, disputes may arise over the terms of a will, the management of a trust or the distribution of assets from an estate. If you find yourself in the middle of such a dispute, legal action may be necessary to protect your rights and interests. You can count on our team at Skousen & Penney, LLC to assist you with your estate planning issues. Call us toll free at 866-830-2191 for a free initial consultation.