When it comes to protecting your loved ones and future desires, it is crucial to speak with top-tier lawyers who can help you form a complete and comprehensive estate plan. At Wadhwani & Shanfeld, we understand this process can be emotional, and that is why we aim to make the entirety of this process an act of affection.
When you choose to work with our team, you can rest easier knowing we will make this process about you and remain focused on your wishes rather than forming a plan based on default procedures formed by the state.
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Understanding Trusts and Wills
We can help you protect your legacy by helping you form the following:
- Wills: This will designate to whom and how your estate will be distributed. Forming a will is of the utmost importance since it can minimize disputes or conflicts between family members.
- Trusts: This will ensure that your property is correctly transferred to your beneficiary. In addition, forming a trust can help prevent probate, which can consume both time and money. This can guarantee estate tax benefits, privacy, and legally binding asset distribution.
Many individuals choose to have both a trust and will to ensure more protection. Over the past 40 years, we have seen many suffer negative results due to not planning accordingly or improperly formed estate plans. That is why we highly encourage our clients to protect their needs, desires, and loved ones by taking action as soon as possible.
Call our estate planning lawyers in Los Angeles today, and find out how we can protect your future.
The Misconception of Estate Planning
Oftentimes, our clients tell us that they have heard estate planning is only for the ill, elderly, and wealthy, but this could not be further from the truth. Regardless of what your assets may be -vehicles, homes, bank accounts, personal collections- it is important to consider the future of your loved ones by creating an estate plan. These various legal documents can help protect your assets and ensure they are distributed as desired. In addition, they can aid in the establishment of conservatorship, guardianship, and power of attorney should you pass or suddenly become unable to make such decisions.
As dedicated lawyers, we work diligently to create basic estate plans. In the last 40 years, we have helped more than 15,000 individuals overcome the same challenges you may be facing. Call our legal team today, and discuss your goals in a free consultation with a member of our team.
We are ready to put experience on your side. Call Wadhwani & Shanfeld today!