Estate Planning and Assets Protection involves the careful use of Wills, Each year, thousands of Americans die without leaving a will or any sort of estate plan to let those left behind know what their wishes were for the disposition of their property. Similarly, in the case of disability, illness, injury, or stroke, they have no written documents authorizing loved ones to handle their financial and health decisions on their behalf, often resulting in time-consuming and expensive legal proceedings to have a guardian appointed to protect their health and financial interests.
The Slutzky Law Firm provides individuals with the peace of mind that their loved ones are protected and provided for in the event of their physical or mental impairment or death.
Estate Planning and Assets Protection involves the careful use of Wills, Trusts, Durable Powers of Attorney, Health Care Surrogate Designations, and Living Wills to ensure you and your family members are protected while you are living as well as upon your death.
Proper Estate Planning can accomplish a number of things, such as providing for the care of minor children in the event of an unforeseen disability or death, protect and transfer assets and valuables to loved ones upon dying, and avoid or mitigate estate taxes. In some cases, it can also help to avoid the necessity of lengthy and expensive course proceedings.
Additionally, if the client is a business owner, proper estate planning can protect and ease the operation and ultimate transfer of ownership of the family business through prudent business succession planning.
We provide a free, no-obligation initial consultation to discuss your goals and concerns and discuss the type of estate planning that may be used to accomplish your own unique family situation.
The Slutzky Law Firm is available to counsel and guide you when you need the advice of a family attorney at a reasonable fee.
Estate Planning Services include:
• Revocable Living Trusts;
• Irrevocable Trusts;
• Living Wills;
• Health Care Surrogate Designation;
• Durable Powers of Attorney;
• Asset Protection;
• Elder Law;
• Guardianships/ Conservatorships;
• Advance Directives ;
• Business Succession Planning;
• Special Needs Trusts;
• Beneficiary Review;
• Estate Tax Planning;
• Avoidance of Probate;
• Legacy Planning;
• Charitable Giving;
• Incapacity Planning;
• Spendthrift Trusts; and
• Many, Many More.