Guthrie Estate Planning Attorneys
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Do you have a comprehensive plan for your estate that details your exact wishes regarding how your assets and property should be distributed to your heirs and loved ones? If not, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our legal team at Gossen and Schaller, PLLC to discuss which legal documents you need to make sure your legacy is protected after you pass away. Our legal professionals take great pride in providing our clients with reliable guidance so they can plan for the future, and we are ready to put our skills to work for you today.
Why Do I Need an Estate Planning Attorney?
There are many nuanced aspects when it comes to drafting an estate plan besides writing a will. If you want to ensure your final wishes are respected after you pass away, you need to consult with a seasoned lawyer to determine how to optimize your estate planning documents so they protect your assets, both now and in the future.
Contact us today to discuss any of the following estate planning services we offer in Guthrie:
- Powers of Attorney: This legal document allows you to appoint a person you trust who will handle your affairs if you become incapacitated. Powers of attorney are essential because they ensure you have someone to advocate for you and fight to make sure your wishes are respected.
- Trusts and Wills: With a last will and testament or revocable living trust, you can decide who inherits your property after you pass away. The revocable living trust protects your assets from probate, while the will can be used to name a guardian if you have a minor child.
- Special Needs Trusts: We offer comprehensive services to help clientswho have loved ones with special needs and are concerned about their financial security and long-term care needs. We are familiar with the eligibility requirements for Supplemental Security Income and can set you up with a special needs trust that protects the beneficiary’s assets so they have enough income to cover medical costs and living expenses.
- Probate: A person’s estate must go through probate after they die so that their heirs can be contacted, their will can be assessed, and their property can be divided among beneficiaries. Probate can be a long process, especially if litigation is necessary to resolve disputes among family members.
Dedicated Legal Professionals in Your Corner
Are you ready to get started on your estate plan? If so, get in touch with Gossen and Schaller, PLLC so we can walk you through the legal options relevant to your unique situation and estate planning goals. Our team has handled estate plans of all sizes and complexities on behalf of clients, and we are ready to work with you to craft an estate plan that gives you peace of mind.
Call us today at (405) 267-9921 to schedule your consultation with a friendly and compassionate legal professional at Gossen and Schaller, PLLC.
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