Our attorneys are experienced in designing guardianships to take care of your minor children, your adult children, or even yourself or a loved one for times when age, illness, or mental incapacity make it difficult for a person to make proper decisions regarding personal care and finances. When you are not ready to have the court appoint a guardian, we can discuss with you the various alternatives to guardianship available until such time as guardianship becomes a necessity.
Our attorneys work with you to design a trust and estate plan tailored specifically to your needs and wishes. Together, we will accomplish the following goals:
A properly drafted estate plan will include a will which directs how your survivors will distribute your assets. You will choose the person responsible for overseeing the distribution of your estate. We will also advise you about the various ways to craft your estate plan in order to minimize the tax burden on your estate.
Your attorney will discuss with you the options you have for how you wish the medical community to proceed when you become ill. We will create Advance Directive document tailored to your specific wishes. Even if your loved ones already know your wishes, just having your wishes in writing reduces a difficult burden at a time when medical decision making becomes critical.
Estate planning is a process of identifying your wealth and your heirs and also discussing your personal health care wishes. Most people want the greatest level of asset protection possible so their assets may be passed on to their beneficiaries efficiently and with the lowest possible taxes. Viles Law Firm works with our clients to achieve efficiency and minimal taxation. We review your estate and offer options best suited to your goals for distributing your assets and supporting your loved ones. We also understand that you have a choice in your health care. We assist you in developing the documentation you need to formalize your wishes.
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