Planning For The Future: Wills And Trusts
Taking steps to secure your family’s future involves comprehensive estate planning. A will is a foundational document that outlines how you wish your assets to be distributed after your passing. Without a will, the state determines how your assets are distributed through probate, a potentially lengthy and costly legal process.
The Importance Of Wills
Drafting a will lets you decide who inherits your assets, whether it’s property, investments, sentimental possessions or financial accounts. It provides clear instructions to ease the burden on your loved ones during a difficult time. With a will in place, you can control your legacy and ensure that your family members receive the resources they need without unnecessary delays or complications.
Navigating Estate Planning With Trusts
In addition to wills, trusts offer a valuable strategy in estate planning. A trust enables the efficient transfer of assets to beneficiaries outside of probate. By creating a trust, you designate a trustee to manage and distribute assets according to your instructions, allowing for more immediate access to resources by your chosen beneficiaries.
Guidance From Our Skilled Team
At Boehmer Law, our experienced attorneys can support you with will planning, trusts and estate matters. We understand the importance of a comprehensive estate plan encompassing wills and trusts. Our team is dedicated to providing personalized legal guidance, ensuring that your wishes are documented clearly and comprehensively.
Secure Your Family’s Future
Prepare for the unexpected and protect your family’s future by consulting with our team at Boehmer Law. Whether you’re considering a will, a trust or both, our attorneys are here to assist you in navigating the complexities of estate planning and safeguarding your family’s interests for generations to come. Call 636-549-8300 or fill out this form to make an appointment in our St. Charles office.