Wills And Estate Planning
Many people first begin planning their estate after having children or acquiring substantial property. In truth, everyone can benefit from some form of an estate plan, even just a simple will. If the unthinkable happens, a will or estate plan can protect your spouse, children and other family members.
At Monohan & Monohan, we are here to help you through the process of creating a will or estate plan that works for you and your family, giving you peace of mind that everyone will be taken care of, no matter what.
What Should I Include In My Estate Plan?
There is no single way to create an estate plan. The right plan for you will determine on your family structure, your financial assets and your priorities. Some estate planning tools you may want to include in your plan could include:
- Trusts, living trusts and special-needs trusts
- Living wills and financial and medical powers of attorney
- Succession planning for your business
- Testamentary trusts for the care and provision of minor children
When you work with our firm, you can expect to get to know us well. We believe in forming long-term relationships with our clients, so that we can find the legal solutions that best meet their needs. In addition to creating the legal documents that form an estate plan, we can offer guidance through decisions around topics such as how to choose the executor of your estate.
If you have been charged with administering the estate of a loved one, we can also help you through the probate process.
Begin Your Plan Today
Ready for the peace of mind that comes with a solid estate plan? The first step is to schedule a consultation with one of our lawyers. We will answer your questions and give you the information you need to start formulating a plan.