Wills, Powers of Attorney, Living Wills, Estate Planning, Estate Adminstration

By: Wells, Hoffman, Holloway and Medvesky LLP  10/26/2016
Keywords: Elder Law, Estate Planning Attorney, Estate Lawyer

We assist people in planning for events that aging and accidents can bring to someone's life. We explain how they can grant family members and other people the authority to act on their behalf when they are not able to do it, which can include making financial and healthcare decisions. This can be done with Powers of Attorney and Living Wills/Advanced Healthcare Declarations. We also help them plan on how their property will be given away after they pass. This is done through a Will Last Will and Testament). We can help people draft these critical documents. We can also assist a family member or executor probate a Will and administer the estate. We guide the executor on how to establish the estate with the court, gather and liquidate the estate property, pay the taxes, and distribute the gifts to the heirs. Finally, we can assist with the final steps with the county and court to close the estate when it is complete.

Keywords: Elder Law, Estate Attorney, Estate Lawyer, Estate Planning Attorney, Estate Planning Lawyer, Last Will And Testament, Living Wills, Probate Attorney, Probate Law, Probate Lawyer, Will And Testament, Will Attorneys

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