Estate Planning | Probate | Trust Administration
If you have children or a worthy cause, an estate plan does not only help you. It mostly protects them!
If you inherited property that goes through probate, an experienced attorney could make a big difference!
Mark was great, very knowledgeable, patient and kind. He made sure my daughter and I understood everything about the Living Trust and answered all of our questions. I would highly recommend Mark, he makes you comfortable and treats you like you’re family. – Lenaea
Mark handled my estate planning with great efficiency and at a very reasonable cost. I would recommend him without hesitation to anyone interested in setting up a trust or any other type of estate planning. – Aleo
Creating a living trust used to be an expensive process, but not anymore. It used to be an instrument used by the rich and famous, but these days it has become affordable. The cost naturally depends on the complexity of the family case. But if you understand that a living trust is designed to avoid…
While creating a Living Trust is probably the most common way to avoid probate, there are other circumstances in which Probate can be avoided, delays, or minimized. Revocable Living Trust The reason for establishing the Living Trust was to give people the opportunity to by-pass probate. The benefit of keeping your valuable asset in the…How Can Probate Be Avoided?
Every person who has an estate plan prepared should understand it is not a “one and done” task. As a general rule, it is recommended that you update your estate planning documents every three to five years. In between those updates, you should regularly review the documents, perhaps once a year, in case there has…When Should I Update My Plan?