Wills & Estate Attorneys
Wills, Trusts and Estate Attorneys
It is never too early to start discussing who your assets will belong to in case you die. Call a wills, trust, and estate lawyer and start making sure your family will be protected from this moment on.
In the past, an estate was only considered a tangible asset of real and personal property which belonged to an individual. Today, the concept of an estate has broadened to include anything of value to you or something that may become valuable during your lifetime.
In the event of an individual's passing all of their property rights are passed on through a will or if no will exists, through the operation of law to their heirs. Often times placing your assets in a trust can expedite the process of transferring your property to your beneficiaries. Placing your assets in a trust before death will sometimes allow your wishes to be followed through without coming under the jurisdiction of the court; this ultimately speeds up the process of having your estate transferred to those in your will.
You have many options to consider when planning out a will. Will you proceed through the probate process or leave your assets in a trust? In order to better understand all of your options regarding wills, trust, and estate law, consult a skilled wills, trust, and estate lawyer.