Wills, Trusts, and Estate Planning
An inevitable fact of life is that it comes to an end at some point. Generally, people have the tendency to ignore this fact of life until a death occurs in the family and when it is too late, they realize they do not have the appropriate testamentary documents in place to deal with the assets of their late deceased loved ones. You should not let this happen in your case, and it is essential to foresee and to provide for the orderly disposition of assets prior to a catastrophic even, and or death. To do so, you can express your desire to dispose of your assets after death by writing a Will, or devising a Trust before it is too late. You can prevent confusion for those who succeed you after death, by devising an Estate Plan with our help at Forest Lake Law. We have helped many clients prepare for the worst by devising Estate Plans prior to death so that in the unfortunate event of such death, they can ensure the peace of mind of loved ones.
As part of the Estate Planning Strategy for clients, we commonly prepare all or a combination of the following sets of documents:
- Testamentary Wills
- Living Wills
- Pour Over Wills
- Family Trusts
- Durable Powers of Attorney
- Advance Directives
- Spousal Powers of Attorney
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