Much of estate planning has to do with the way a person’s assets will be distributed upon their death. From smart incapacity planning to avoiding formal probate through the Court system, a lot goes into crafting a comprehensive estate plan. Our estate planning is designed to understand your unique situation and to create a plan to pass your assets, wisdom, and values to your loved ones in the most efficient way possible. We understand that each family is unique, and that estate planning is more than a set of instructions that tells the government who your property should go to after your death.
Virginia Elder Law and The Law Office of Ron Feinman are committed to helping Virginia individuals and families plan for their future. You and your family can be confident that your estate plan will be current, will take advantage of the latest planning opportunities, and will address your concerns using an approach that makes sense to you. Once we listen and understand your goals, a typical estate plan includes:
- Durable Power of Attorney, Health Care Directive, Living Will – property management; avoiding guardianship; clarifying wishes regarding life-sustaining procedures
- Revocable Living Trust – avoiding guardianship; keeping final wishes private; avoiding probate; minimizing delays, costs and bureaucracy
- Last Will and Testament – a catch-all for assets not transferred into your Revocable Living Trust prior to death, or the primary means to transfer your wealth if you are not using a Revocable Living Trust
Whether you are creating your estate plan for the first time or to update your existing plan, we can help you create a comprehensive and personalized estate plan, providing you peace of mind that your wishes will be followed. Contact us today to begin planning for your future.
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