Lowthorp, Richards, McMillan, Miller & Templeman, APC’s Estate Planning Group offers a full suite of trust and estate legal services for our clients.
Our team cares about what’s important to you and we know what it takes to set up a successful plan for the future. That’s why we provide preparation, implementation, and counseling for estate planning options that best serves you, your family, and your family’s business.
- Revocable living trusts, wills, health care directives, and powers of attorney
- Representation in state and gift matters
- Representation in trust and probate disputes, including will and trust contests
- Interpretation of trusts and wills, accounting disputes, and claims involving trustees
- Decedent’s estate administration, probate, and trust
- Will, trust, and estate contests
Additionally, our firm’s estate planning lawyers provide legal counsel for the following areas:
- Uniform Probate Code
- Gift Tax
- Joint Tenancy
- Retirement Plans
- Wealth Transfers
- Insurance Policies
Estates of All Sizes Are Important
Don’t wait until the last minute when it comes to estate planning. And don’t fall into the trap of believing that you have more time to work on an estate plan than you actually do. After all, failing to plan is planning to fail.
There are many moving parts when creating an estate plan. The last thing your loved ones need is additional challenges to face during this difficult time. If you own a large estate, you already know that time is of the essence. But even if your estate is comprised of a modest house and a small piece of land, it is still important that you speak with a trustworthy attorney about the future of your estate.
Regardless of the size of the estate, your goal should be preserving your intentions and protecting your loved ones in the future. If you aren’t sure where to start, let us help you. We can walk you through the entire process from start to finish.
How do you want your estate to be divided up after you pass on? Do you want to sell part of it to pay for your children’s college education? Do you want a portion of your estate to go towards your favorite charity? Do you want the estate to stay in the family or would you prefer for it be sold and allow your children to divide the profits amongst themselves?
If you want your last wishes to be fulfilled, they must hold up in court. We can ensure that they do and that there are no legal loopholes that might change your family’s circumstances after you are no longer able to speak on their behalf.
Protect your loved ones with our help. Contact our Lowthorp, Richards, McMillan, Miller & Templeman, APC estate planning attorneys at 805.981.8555.