The Importance Of Experienced Advocacy For Estate Planning And Probate Representation
There is no simple answer to determining whether you need a will, a trust or both to avoid the frustration of probate for your family. One reason for creating a trust is to preserve your hard-earned wealth and assets; another is to clearly communicate your wishes about the use of your wealth during your lifetime. The intricacies of estate planning are distinct to each individual’s or family’s circumstances. It is best to have a one-on-one conversation with an estate planning attorney who is as passionate about preserving your legacy as you are.
When your loved one dies – with or without a will or trust – it is an emotional time for families. Call my office to schedule a free consultation to learn how working with an experienced probate attorney can help your family through this difficult time.