When it comes to planning for your estate, it can be as simple as a basic will and living will for an individual or it may require a more sophisticated and elaborate plan that involves wealth-preservation strategies to minimize estate and income taxes or transferring of business assets for owners of closely-held businesses. Regardless of the size of your estate or the value of your assets, we can help you plan for the orderly distribution of your property.
Each person's personal and financial circumstances are different. That's why the estate planning lawyers at CGA Law Firm will meet with you to learn about your specific circumstances and determine your goals and objectives. We will work with you to document your assets, identify your beneficiaries and execute your wishes. Our estate planning documents are tailored to your needs and ensure that your wishes are clear and specific as to what should happen upon your death.
We understand that it may be uncomfortable to think about death or disability, but establishing an estate plan is one of the most important steps you can take to protect yourself and your loved ones. Proper estate planning puts you in charge of making financial and medical decisions should you become physically or mentally unable to do so for yourself. It also spares your loved ones the heartache and expense in making those decisions for you.