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During the initial consultation, Ana will discuss your overall estate planning goals, financial situation, and family dynamics. Ana will review any existing estate planning documents you may have, such as wills or trusts. Ana will then provide recommendations for your unique situation. This can include discussing the creation or updating of a will or trust, establishing a medical power of attorney, or suggesting the use of other tools like a testamentary trust or a pour over will. This is an interactive process, and your active participation will ensure the development of an estate plan that best meets your needs.
There are several reasons why someone might choose Ana over other estate planning attorneys. Firstly, Ana specializes solely in estate planning, which means that she has a deep understanding of the intricacies of this field. This dedicated focus ensures that her expertise is not diluted by other types of legal work.
Moreover, Ana only handles uncontested probate cases. This allows her to give more individual attention to each of her clients, ensuring that their specific needs and circumstances are fully addressed. It also means that she is not overwhelmed with contentious cases, providing her with the time and resources to provide a more personalized service.
Finally, despite her specialized focus and personalized service, Ana offers some of the most affordable rates in the market. This makes her services accessible to a wider range of individuals, who can benefit from her expertise without having to worry about excessive legal fees. Therefore, for individuals who value dedicated expertise, personalized attention, and affordability, Ana is an excellent choice for an estate planning attorney.
An estate planning attorney, also known as a probate attorney or estate law attorney, is a legal professional who provides guidance to clients who need to sort out their financial affairs in preparation for their eventual death or possible incapacitation.
Having a will and trust can ensure that your assets are distributed according to your wishes upon your death. Our estate planning attorney can assist you in creating a will and establishing a trust (if needed), guaranteeing that your loved ones are cared for and that your legacy is preserved.
A will is a legal document that outlines how your assets should be distributed after your death. A trust, on the other hand, allows you to place assets under the management of a trustee for the benefit of your beneficiaries. Both wills and trusts serve distinct roles in estate planning, and our attorneys can help determine which is best suited to your needs.