It Is Never Too Early To Start Establishing Your Estate Plan
Solidifying an estate plan is essential to protecting your own wishes during your lifetime and ensuring that your loved ones are cared for according to your wishes once you pass. A simple estate plan can be drafted and made legally binding at any stage in life, and it is advantageous to begin discussions with an experienced and knowledgeable estate planning lawyer.
At O'Connell & O'Connell, P.C., Attorneys at Law, we serve clients throughout Massachusetts from our offices in Auburn. Email us or call us at 508-281-1650, today schedule a free initial consultation.
Responsible And Protective Estate Planning
The guidance of a prudent estate planning attorney can ensure that your assets are administered to beneficiaries efficiently, and your family is better prepared for unplanned life events. Our attorneys have more than 40 years of experience helping individuals and families make informed decisions about their future.
Regardless of the complexity of your estate, we can help you achieve your goals and protect your wishes with several services, including:
- Drafting your last will and testament
- Creating revocable and irrevocable trusts
- Preparing durable powers of attorney
- Designating a health care proxy
- Asset protection
- Property distribution
- Business succession planning
- Guardianships and conservatorships
- Elder law
- Estate administration
- Representation and counsel in probate court
Carrying Out A Sound Estate Plan Prevents Probate Disputes
The goal of a properly drafted estate plan is to provide for a stress-free administration of your estate and distribution of assets upon your passing. Absent a legally drafted will and other thoroughly documented aspects of an estate plan, your loved ones could be burdened as they try to settle the distribution of your estate. Similarly, if you become incapacitated or are judged incompetent of making financial or health-related decisions, your intended wishes during life could be put at risk of not being adhered to accurately or they may not be followed at all.
It is critical to assign important decision-making powers to individuals you can trust and to have a thorough estate plan solidified to avoid will contests, fiduciary misdeeds and other disputes.
Get Started Today: Contact Us For Your Free Initial Consultation
We accommodate your needs with flexibility and provide free initial consultations. Call us at 508-281-1650, or contact us by email to schedule a meeting with one of our experienced and personable estate planning attorneys.