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Wills & Trusts
Regardless of what state you live in, using an estate lawyer to help you with estate planning is essential to help you make sure your end-of-life wishes are honored, to avoid probate and certain fees and taxes, and/or to establish an executor for your financial affairs. Estate planning through a will or a trust will protect your family and loved ones from uncertainty and help them financially. An experienced estate lawyer can help you create these important, binding documents.
If you have minor children or dependent adults, you need to plan for their continued care when you will not be able to care for them. If you are unmarried partners, you need to make a plan to ensure your partner has rights to your money, property, and other assets when you die. Depending on circumstances, an estate lawyer can even help protect yourself financially from creditors and legal judgments by establishing an asset trust.
Your estate plan will vary depending on your life circumstances, your financial circumstances, your wishes, and the rules and customs of the state where you live. An estate lawyer will be able to advise you and help you make a plan tailored to your needs, and can explain which legal devices, amongst others, are available to you in your state.
A conservatorship is when you need to take over the affairs of an elderly or disabled adult because they cannot take care of themselves. A Court Buddy conservatorship lawyer can help you with petitioning the court for a temporary or permanent conservatorship.
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