Wills, Trust & Estate Planning
Plan for the future
Estate planning is an important part of preparing for the future. Your estate plan will affect what will happen to your property upon your death, tax consequences at both the federal and state level, as well as important personal issues such as who would serve as guardian of your minor children in your absence. It is also important during your lifetime: Who would make decisions for you in the event you become incapacitated? We have experience working with individuals with varied assets, tax issues, and individual needs arising from unique personal or family circumstances.
At Walker Heye Meehan & Eisinger, PLLC, our approach to estate planning is to keep things as simple as possible while achieving your goals and meeting your needs. We believe that you should be able to understand your estate plan. Our experienced estate lawyers will work with your accountant, insurance agent, investment advisors, and other financial professionals to help you create a comprehensive estate plan.
Our attorneys have extensive experience with:
- Trusts—both living trusts and testamentary trusts
- Powers of attorney
- Living wills / directives to physicians
- Gifting and tax planning
- Special needs trusts
The starting point for estate planning is getting to know you and your goals. Individual circumstances—both personal and financial—need to be considered in recommending an estate plan for you. One size does not fit all. You can trust our estate planning attorneys will get to know you and will make the right recommendations based on the specific needs of you and your family.
Make sure you and your family are protected. Have a plan for the future. Contact the law firm of Walker Heye Meehan & Eisinger, PLLC today to learn more about our will and estate planning services.