Wills & Estate Law
There are Federal and State laws in place to guide estate planning and probate activities. These laws include the legal requirements of wills, the creation of trusts, and the probate process. Another important area for legal representation is the accounting and handling of specific tax implications on inherited property. Here are the some of the areas of Estate law to consider:
Estates and Probate
There are specific state laws that govern estate planning and probate procedures. We can help guide you through Will requirements, the creation and execution of trusts, intestate succession, and probate procedures.
Wills are the most common way people detail how their estates should be handled after death. A well written will helps loved ones with the burden of dealing with the transferring of property and the avoidance of certain tax requirements. The creation of a will can and usually is a sensitive task. Our legal professionals will ease the stress by offering objective guidance, based on many years of experience.
A living will is a in important document that determines exactly how you want to handle healthcare treatment should you become too ill to make the decision on your own. There are also specific state laws that govern these procedures.
Taxes, taxes, taxes. There are always tax implications you need to consider on any real estate of personal property you inherit. Don't make the mistake of assuming. We can guide you through the maze of Estate tax planning and ensure you fulfill your duties to the government.
Federal Estate and Gift Tax Laws
There are also Federal laws to consider when dealing with estate and gift taxes. Call and we can review your situation and ensure you are acting responsibly when handling estate and gifts of a significant value.
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