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Trusts

There are many types of trusts that can be created. They are complex arrangements and require a precise knowledge of estate and tax law to execute effectively. At the Allen Law Firm, our attorneys are knowledgeable and experienced in estate planning matters and can prepare and recommend the appropriate instruments for you. CALL NOW for a free initial consultation.

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Estate Planning

Estate planning is the legal process that responsible individuals engage in to maximize the benefits and minimize the stress and negative financial consequences to their survivors. A will is a legal instrument through which persons can direct in advance how they wish for their assets to be divided after their death. A will may also carry numerous other wishes of the deceased such as guardianship of minor children, burial method, and other specific wishes. The simplicity or complexity of the will is highly dependent on the individual’s desires and value of assets. At the Allen Law Firm, LLC we design a custom-made plan that suits your particular needs. While a simple will may suffice for a young couple who are just starting out, a more complex will may be necessary for an established couple who wish to pass down as much of their hard-earned wealth to their descendants as possible.

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Probate

Is the legal process through which a deceased individual’s assets are distributed to that person’s heirs either in accordance with a will, if one existed at the time of death, or in accordance with the law if the deceased individual died without a will. Many assets can be shielded from the probate process through good estate planning, as the administrative costs of the probate process are somewhat dependent on the value of the probate estate, and the higher the value, the higher the costs. The probate process can also be lengthy and can lead to strife within the family of the deceased. Again, this is something that can be avoided through proper estate planning. Even with the best planned estates, some form of probate administration is unavoidable, which is why choosing an experienced and sympathetic attorney can mean the difference between reducing the stress of the bereaved or adding to it.

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