Creating a comprehensive estate plan that includes advance directives is an essential part of not only ensuring your loved ones will be taken care of when you are gone, but also ensuring that your affairs will be handled if you find yourself unable to handle them yourself while you are still alive.
Hobson-Williams, P.C. has the knowledge and experience to help you with your estate planning, which can ensure that your assets pass to your intended beneficiaries and not towards the payment of estate taxes. The firm can assist with planning for even the largest and most complex estates, ensuring your interests are protected and your loved ones are taken care of. Among the issues handled by the firm include:
- Drafting a Last Will and Testament
- Drafting Trusts (revocable and irrevocable)
- Testamentary trusts
- Trust administration
- Advance directives
- Appointing an executor
- Asset protection
We ensure that all family dynamics are addressed in every estate plan which includes planning for couples who are in a second marriage, providing for children in the event of death all while minimizing any potential state or federal estate taxes. Hobson-Williams, P.C. will assist you in every part of creating your estate plan and review options with you to determine what might work best for your personal needs. We can assist in preparing your last will and testament or assist you in the creation of a trust to protect your assets. We can also help you create advance directives, such as a power of attorney, living will and healthcare proxy to ensure your medical and financial needs will be taken care of if you can no longer take care of them yourself. With a personally tailored estate plan, you can ensure you and your loved ones will be taken care of, no matter what happens.
Whether for yourself or on behalf of a loved one, planning an estate and handling elder law matters can be difficult. The lawyers at Hobson-Williams P.C. will advise you on the options available to you, and help you establish a plan that best suits your needs. Call (718) 210-4744 to speak to one of our attorneys and learn how Hobson-Williams P.C. can help you gain the peace of mind that comes from being prepared for the future.