Estate Planning

Whether to protect your business or your family’s future, you will need an estate plan that is as individual as you are and reflects the unique circumstances of your situation, taking into account the overall tax consequences and administration expenses involved.

The experience level of Krigel and Krigel’s estate planning attorneys enables us to offer the high-quality service you need in a cost-effective manner. Our estate planning attorneys understand the various forms of ownership, classes of assets, legal documentation, and numerous related tax issues essential to developing a vital and comprehensive estate plan. After reviewing your assets and your goals, our estate planning attorneys will guide you through the document-drafting and review process, and help you understand how to title and transfer your assets into any newly established trusts.

Your estate plan may include the following legal documents:

The lack of a comprehensive estate plan can create additional legal issues for you and your family. Should you find yourself in such a situation, perhaps facing probate court, our attorneys are also able to help.