Estate planning involves planning for how an individual’s affairs will be handled and how their assets will be preserved, managed, and distributed in the event the individual becomes mentally disabled or dies. Our goal is to provide our clients with peace of mind. Peace of mind in knowing that if they become mentally disabled, then their affairs will be handled in the manner they have directed and by the people they have chosen. Peace of mind in knowing that when they die things will be handled in then manner our clients intend them to be handled.
Estate planning does not begin and end with a last will and testament. We use tools such as living trusts to minimize or avoid estate taxes and probate expenses. We work with our clients to ensure that their life’s savings and assets are shielded from their beneficiaries’ creditors after their death. We work with our clients to develop a plan that meets their needs and their expectations.
We also prepare powers of attorney and health care directives that assist in arranging for someone to take care of you and your affairs in the event you should ever become unable to do so. Planning ahead can also help you avoid guardianship or conservatorship issues if you need someone else to look after your affairs.
Call J.W. Krueger Law, LLC today for help with:
- Last Wills and Testaments
- Specific Powers of Attorney
- Revocable Living Trusts Attorney
- Health Care Powers of Attorney
- Durable Powers of Attorney
- Living Wills Attorney
- HIPAA Releases
The Attorneys at J.W. Krueger Law, LLC Can Help You Create an Estate Plan to Achieve Your Goals and Ensure You Leave a Legacy for Your Family.