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A good estate plan contemplates the expected and the unexpected. It assures your estate planning needs will be met in a manner that protects you and what you value most: your children, spouse, life partner, friends, pets, and favorite charities.
If any of the following are concerns, please contact me for a free initial consultation to find out how Brooks Estate Law can help you.
The Law Exists to Protect You
You have the ability to make the law do exactly what you want. When the law is carried out without your input, the law’s guesses can lead to unintended consequences. An estate plan created by Brooks Estate Law will prevent that from that happening.
I will personally guide you through the process of creating an estate plan that caters to your specific needs. I will then craft your estate plan so that your wishes are clear and will be carried out.
- Minimizing costs, conflict, and inconvenience for your heirs
- Avoiding probate
- Minimizing or eliminating estate and gift taxes
- Creating a childcare plan for minor children
- Protecting assets from creditor claims
- Deciding who will make your health care decisions if you cannot
- Ensuring your finances can be managed if you are incapacitated
- Obtaining privacy for your estate plan
- Developing systems to incentivize future generations
- Representing your interests in probate or trust administration
There are a variety of ways you can protect your family, yourself, and your assets.
Your estate plan can be simple or complex, but I will make sure it accomplishes your wishes.Learn More»
Probate is the legal process of carrying out a Will or transferring title to heirs when there is no Will.
Legal guidance can expedite the probate process, reduce stress, prevent costly errors, and protect you from being sued.Learn More»
Trust administration is the legal process of carrying out a Trust.
It is simpler, faster, and less expensive than probate. Nonetheless, if you are a Successor Trustee who administers a Trust, you should retain an lawyer to assist you.Learn More»
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