Estate planning deals with any and all matters associated with getting your affairs in order for the unfortunate event of your death or incapacity. Estate planning is an on-going process that allows you to manage your assets and liabilities and decide how and to whom you want your property distributed. Your estate plan can also help you designate who you would like to have help you take care of yourself or your estate later in life. Estate planning includes, but is most certainly not limited to, drafting wills, trusts, transfer on death deeds, heath care directives, or power of attorneys, as well as facilitating business successions, settling familial disputes, or helping you appoint trustees, agents, personal representatives, caregivers, or guardians.
Black Law Has Extensive Experience When Planning Out Your Estate
It is never too early to begin the process of setting up your estate plan. Our attorneys and legal staff are experienced and very well-qualified in all aspects of estate planning and are available to answer any questions you may have at any time.
- Simple or Complex Wills
- Simple or Complex Trusts
- Revocable Trust
- Irrevocable Trust
- Contingent Trust
- Special Needs Trust
- Cabin Trust
- Health Care Directive
- Power of Attorney
- Transfer on Death Deed
At Black Law, we seek to learn what your particular estate planning goals or wishes are, and with your specific instructions, we then craft a written plan that implements those individual, familial, or business expectations. We know and understand that each client’s circumstances are different, and we strive to create an estate plan that suites each client’s respective needs. As you will learn throughout the process, an estate plan may grow or change as your life unfolds and develops, and we are here to provide you with ongoing and current legal advice for each new fact or situation that arises.
We recognize that thinking about or preparing for your death or anticipating unforeseeable future events is not always enjoyable, and can be perhaps a little stressful at times. With that in mind, we approach the estate planning process by not only helping you with the legal documents and court procedures, but also by providing support, confidentiality, and guidance for any non-legal issues that may arise during this crucial planning time in your life.
Contact Us Today to find out how we can help you with your Estate Planning needs