The passing of a loved one is a heartbreaking and difficult situation to endure. Trying to understand the legal complexities of handling your loved one's will and belongings can be overwhelming. We'll take care of every detail so you can focus on your grief instead of the stress. We also can represent you when a potential beneficiary challenges the will.
Draft Your Will
If no will is made before your death, the state may determine who receives your property and who can raise your children. By properly drafting your will, you are able to specify your wishes for your funeral, provide financial security for loved ones and bestow gifts to friends and family. You deserve to be in control of how your property and affairs will be dealt with, so call us today.
Draft Your Trusts
Establishing a trust allows estate and gift taxes to be reduced as well as assets to be distributed without the delay of a probate court. Whether you are looking for a living, revocable trust or an irrevocable, unchangeable trust, we can help. For more information on which trust will protect you and your loved ones, contact The Sanders Firm PLLC today.
Draft Beneficiary Deeds
A beneficiary deed, also known as a transfer-on-death deed, allows a beneficiary to obtain the property without going through probate. This does not affect your ownership of the property and can be revoked at any time. Beneficiary deeds are not for everyone, however. To see if this choice would be helpful to you and your family, contact our attorneys today.
Your estate comprises everything you own. Proper estate planning includes your life before death, after death and in the case of incapacitation. Proper preparation for the distribution and management of your estate gives peace of mind to you and your loved ones. Be prepared for anything with the help of our reliable attorneys. Give us a call today to learn more.