Estate Planning Checklist

One of the best parts about having an estate plan in place is the peace of mind that comes with knowing your family is protected. Having an estate plan can also give you the opportunity to reduce your taxes,...

August 18, 2015 By Krigel & Krigel

The Importance of Analyzing Your Estate Plan Each Year

A well-crafted estate plan can help ensure that your assets are properly protected and dispersed at the end of your life. Passing on without a properly funded living trust may prevent your family members and other beneficiaries from inheriting...

March 24, 2015 By Krigel & Krigel

Attorney Spotlight: Sandy Krigel

Sandy Krigel founded the beginnings of Krigel & Krigel nearly 40 years ago. Today he assists clients in the areas of corporate/transactional services, litigation, real estate, estate planning, adoption law and assisted reproductive technology law. Read on to learn...

March 10, 2015 By Krigel & Krigel

Do I Need an Attorney to Draft My Will?

In a previous post (Will or Trust – What’s the Best Tool For You) we discussed the differences between a Last Will and Testament (commonly called a “Will”) and a Living Trust (sometimes just called a “Trust”). In short,...

November 18, 2014 By Krigel & Krigel

Attorney Spotlight: Jennifer Finch

As part of our ongoing attorney spotlight series, Jennifer Finch is the feature of this week’s blog post! Jennifer’s Work For over 25 years Jennifer’s legal practice has focused almost exclusively on estate planning and probate work. While many...

September 16, 2014 By Krigel & Krigel

Estate Planning Tips: Property Ownership & Tax Considerations

When you discuss your estate plan with an attorney he or she will likely cover a broad array of topics and related issues. We covered the differences between wills and trusts in this post, and in this week’s post we...

August 12, 2014 By Krigel & Krigel

Will or Trust – What’s The Best Tool For You

The purpose of planning your estate is to provide guidance to your family or friends at a time when you are no longer able to speak for yourself, either due to incapacity or death. Estate planning is about more...

July 25, 2014 By Krigel & Krigel