Wills and Trusts
Work with an experienced wills and trusts attorney to help your family and your business be prepared for end-of-life decisions.
Working with a wills and trusts attorney at Glenloch Legal can provide you with variety of estate planning services.
If you are a business owner, do you have a clear, reliable, and legally-sound plan in place to protect your business if you are suddenly incapacitated?
Create or Update Your Will
These documents can stipulate exactly how your affairs should be settled when you pass away. If you fail to make a plan, the government has a plan for you that may be against the interests of your family.
It is important to keep your will up to date. You should work with an estate planning attorney to revise your will if circumstances have significantly changed since your will was first created, such as having children, purchasing a house, getting divorced, or starting a business.
The lawyers at Glenloch Legal are well-versed in creating wills and help you understand your options. Once you decide which option is best, a wills and trusts attorney will create or update various types of estate planning documents, including your medical directive that outlines what happens if you are unable to make medical decisions for yourself.
Some of your options include the following:
- Advanced Medical Directives
- Living Will
- Power of Attorney
- Will with a Testamentary Trust
— Cindy Butler
Set Up a Trust
Contrary to popular opinion, trusts are not just for high net worth individuals and can be an excellent financial option for many families. There are multiple kinds of trusts, and each has advantages and disadvantages depending on your specific circumstances and goals.
As experienced trust lawyers, we can help you understand exactly which type of trust is best for your situation and craft one that meets your individual needs, such as the following:
- Living Trusts (also know as Revocable Trusts)
- Testamentary Trusts
- Irrevocable Trusts
- Special Needs Trusts
— Katie Yablonski
Get Help with Business Succession Planning (Estate Planning for Your Business)
Dealing with what happens to your business after you are gone can be a complicated matter. Glenloch Legal’s estate attorneys and business attorneys can ease the burden by assisting you with planning the continuity or closure of your business when you are no longer around by specifically addressing it in your estate planning documents.
How We Help
Our attorneys can provide for efficient business succession in your estate planning documents and your business’s governing documents .
— Susann Swim
Get Started with Estate Planning
Working with a wills and trusts attorney makes it easy to make a plan that extends beyond your lifetime.
That’s because we are more than estate planning attorneys – we are partners for your family and business.
Take the first step to enjoying the peace of mind knowing that and your loved ones’ wishes are protected. Schedule a free, no-obligation call to get started.
During our 15-minute call, we’ll review the specific details of your situation, help you understand the available options, and provide a quote for our services.