Estate Planning Attorney
Without a proper estate plan in place, you could be placing your property and your loved ones at risk by leaving important decisions up to the state. In essence, if you do not have a will in place, asset distribution decisions will be made by state intestacy law, resulting in your investments, home and other property passing purely by statute. This process is not only costly, but can take many months to complete.
When planning for what will happen when you are gone, one of the most important things is to ensure that you are the one making the important decisions. We will work closely with you to create an all-inclusive estate plan, using legal tools such as:
- Wills and trusts
- Powers of attorney
- Living wills
- Health care directives
- Life insurance and/or special needs trusts
If you want to make sure your healthcare wishes are followed, that your belongings are dispersed according to how you decide and that your family is spared unnecessary time and expense, you need a comprehensive estate plan. Conley Law Practice, LLC is here to help. Call 610-524-3200, or send us an e-mail to schedule a consultation with an estate planning lawyer.
Question To Ask
If I do not own much, do I still need to worry about estate planning?
What happens when an estate plan does not exist?
How does estate planning help my beneficiaries avoid conflict?
What types of assets can be managed through estate planning?
Is it possible to make changes to my estate plan after it is finalized?
Call 610.524.3200 today for answers!