Sadly many find out the hard way. Chances are that at some point you will, and should, face this dilemma. One’s passing is inevitable. So what really does happen to your assets and belongings when you are gone? More important is what happens to your affairs and your assets when you are incapacitated? Does someone have the legal ability to act on your behalf?
The answer is up to you! Take matters into your own hands before you can no longer do it and be sure that the ones you love inherit according to your wishes. If you procrastinate, the courts will take control either during your incapacity or on your distribution of assets on death. This is costly, public and causes chaos in families.
At the Law Office of Gilliam M. Stein, we will answer all your questions and help make these transitions easy for all involved. We pride ourselves in customizing your Estate Plan, which includes: Wills, Trusts, Special Needs Trusts, as well as Durable Powers of Attorney and Advanced Health Care Directives. We also pay attention to the Funding of Trusts and educating clients on the significance of the correct titling of all your assets.
As an attorney and Estate Planner, I have created many Estate Plans over the years from Wills and Trusts to Health Care Directives, Powers of Attorneys and attended to the Funding of Trusts. Therefore, when our clients use our services, they have the comfort level of being protected to the fullest extent under the law and help keep you out of Probate Court or unnecessary court proceedings.
We invite you to navigate through our site, and please feel free to call or email me with any questions you may have.
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