Greenville Estate Planning Attorney
Protecting Your Family After You're Gone
While many people wait to establish a will or trust until later in life, it's often better to begin establishing a financial plan sooner, rather than later. In the event that you or a loved one suffers an unfortunate accident, the best way to make sure your family is protected and that your wishes are known is to have a will and trust in place. At Burch Law Office, our experienced estate planning lawyers can work with you to draft the necessary documents for this process and guide you through this process.
Estate planning is essential to:
- Establishing a clear division of assets
- Ensuring your investments are protected
- Making sure guardianship of any minors is properly transferred
- Delegating benefits and non-probate items that exist outside of your will
Why Draft a Will?
By establishing a Last Will and Testament, you not only decide how your assets will be divided, but also preemptively resolve any disputes regarding your property or personal effects. By working with our Greenville estate planning lawyers, we can draft the necessary documentation for your will & trust, thus ensuring that there will be no conflict between your friend or family members in regards to your personal belongs or wishes.
Want more information about creating a will or trust? Reach out to our firm by calling (866) 291-1822!
Family Comes First
In the event that you or your spouse becomes injured, it's vital that you have designated a legal guardian within your will. If you are a single parent, grandparent, or sibling, your will clearly defines who you wish to transfer guardianship to in the event that you become incapacitated. Because both your will and your trust have important information for both you and your family and we often recommend that you have both documents in place early on in life.
Protect Your Future With Burch Law Office
Estate planning can bring peace of mind and clarity to you and your family by clearly defining your wishes. To make sure your assets are transferred appropriately and that the government does not unnecessarily tax your property, it is in your best interest to develop a plan for your estate immediately. Regardless of the size or scope of your property, our detail-oriented attorneys can assist you.
To schedule an appointment to discuss your estate, please
contact a Greenville estate planning lawyer
at our firm by calling (866) 291-1822!