Trusts & Estates
A common misconception of estate planning is that it is not important if one is not “wealthy.” However, estate planning is still important if you own real estate or personal property items including but not limited to: automobiles, jewelry, furniture, collectibles, and investments. If you are concerned about who should or should not receive your property, then you need to have your wishes memorialized in a Will.
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Estate planning is also critical if you have minor children and you are concerned about who will be appointed guardian of your minor children if you die. Most importantly, estate planning is an important step to take no matter one’s age – be it young adult, middle aged, or retired – to help loved ones through a difficult time by their knowledge and clear understanding of your wishes.
- Advance Medical Directives
- Powers of Attorney
- Medical Powers of Attorney
- Child Care Powers of Attorney and Authorization forms
Proper estate planning lays the foundation for the smooth transfer of assets to your intended beneficiaries. Our attorneys offer skilled guidance and insight regarding the complex legal standards that exist in the estate planning process. Our attorneys can execute the necessary legal documents that govern your estate, or that of a family member. Throughout the entire process, we will help you identify your estate planning goals and organize and transcribe your wishes for the future, including sensitive end-of-life decisions such as asset distribution and advanced health care planning.
Thomas, Adams, & Associates, P.C. offers personalized representation for your estate planning needs. Our attorneys are sensitive and efficient, while providing excellent representation and counsel.
Please contact us today for a free consultation to discuss your wishes and estate planning needs.