Wills and Trusts
There are two things in life we can’t avoid: Death and Taxes.
And while we try to stave both off as long as possible, our taxes are a yearly occurrence and the other, who knows when it will happen. It can be today, tomorrow, or decades in the future.
But no matter when your time comes, you will want to be prepared. How do you do that? With a will or a trust.
While for some a will is a clear and simple option, you may want to consider a trust.
Attorney Andy Lyons of the Lyons Law Firm speaks on the differences between a will and a trust and how either of these can benefit you.
A trust can be useful because it will help your heirs avoid a costly and expensive probate process after you ass away. However, with some proper planning, we can use some very special tools, like a Lady Bird deed, to have all of your heirs avoid the probate process but still just have a simple will to solve the whole problem. There can be some very inexpensive and easy ways to do some estate planning.”
An estate planning attorney will attempt to plan your estate to avoid probate entirely. With some careful planning, and some simple documents, this process is very quick and easy.
An estate planning attorney will listen to your goals and ideas to establish and solidify your wishes.
“I encourage you to come sit with us and work through your specific situation and discuss your goals and ideas, and we will create the exact documents you need, nothing more and nothing less.”
Starting as low as $150, estate planning at LLG is very affordable.