Wills, Trusts, & Probate
When planning for their death, many people purchase an extensive number of services and documents. The truth is that most people only need certain key documents, written in a concise, understandable fashion, to plan for their passing. This includes instructions on how to avoid the court-driven probate process, wills, and more.
The right will and/or the right trust can ensure that your assets are passed in the way you intended. Those documents, along with certain other transfer-on-death arrangements, can ensure that most of your assets pass outside of the probate process.
During your life, you may need a durable power of attorney to make sure your loved ones can take care of you financially when you are not able, thus avoiding a court-ordered guardianship. You may also need a healthcare power of attorney so your loved ones can watch over your health needs when you are unable to.
Finally, when your executor or trustee needs to administer and distribute your assets the way you want, we can help in the administration of your estate.
The important point is: do not wait until it is too late. Call Heydorn & Crull at (330) 461-9932 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org today! Our initial consultations are free!