A Will Is For The Benefit Of You And Your Beneficiaries
You should have a will in case the unimaginable or the unplanned occurs. Your will identifies who should benefit from your estate. Your will also appoints the person you trust the most to make decisions on your behalf. Your will may also identify who gets custody of your kids or pets. Consult a lawyer today to discuss your estate plans.
We are invested in the preparation of all aspects of your estate planning needs. We want to know as much about your familial relationships and financial interests to provide you with specific counsel.
A Security Measure Tailored To Your Needs
We know that wills are not one-size-fits-all, which is why we will take our time during your initial consultation to understand your needs. One of our attorneys will address ownership and ensure that your assets are properly held. Then we will thoroughly analyze the breakdown of your property.
In addition to having a will, you may need to incorporate a trust into your estate plan. A trust is a way for you to remain in control of your assets while you are alive. After your death, your beneficiaries may also avoid probate.
If you own a business that would be passed onto a beneficiary, Brink & Bennett will represent you in your succession planning. In addition, one of our attorneys will attend any buy-sell agreement or business arrangement meetings.
Reduce The Stress Of An Uncertain Future
In case of incapacity or your death, your family and friends will be dealing with emotions. They may be left deciding if you should live or die, in addition to planning your funeral. Instead of leaving them with that weight on their shoulders, you should have your decisions and plans outlined in a will.