A Will, Trusts and Transfer on Death Deeds are examples of documents an Estate Planning Attorney can draft for you that will allow you to ensure that your wishes concerning your property are adhered to after you are gone. An Estate Planning Lawyer will want to meet with you and have an in-depth discussion regarding your assets and desires and then present you options regarding your Estate Planning goals. You may also be referred to a CPA (Certified Public Accountant) for tax advice when planning your estate transfer. Often times when a person dies without having prepared a Will, Trust or Transfer on Death Deed the persons family ends up in expensive and protracted litigation regarding the property.
- Affordable Estate Planning today can save your family from expensive litigation in the future
- CPA referral to discuss possible tax consequences of Estate Planning
- Wills, Trusts and Transfer on Death Deeds prepared by an experienced Estate Planning Lawyer