Protect Your Loved Ones By Establishing A Will
Although it is unpleasant to ponder, we must all face the reality that we will someday pass from this world. We owe it to our loved ones to create a plan that clearly lays out our final wishes while we are living. A will is the formal mechanism that allows us to officially declare how to distribute your assets and who should receive them.
Our team at the St. Louis law firm of TdD Attorneys at Law LLC understands the stress and anxiety that can be brought on by planning the division of your estate and establishing a will. Allow us to put your mind at ease and help you craft a plan to carry out your final wishes.
Which Format Meets My Unique Needs?
A will works best in conjunction with a trust in order to avoid probate court after your death. A trust, unlike a will, allows the individual or individuals you designate to have much more control over the distribution of your assets. The presence or absence of a trust will ultimately determine the type of will required. There are two primary types of wills:
Pour-over will: Transfers or “pours” your assets at the time of your death to a trust.
Simple will: In the absence of a trust, this document will control the full distribution of your assets.
Regardless of the type of will your unique situation may require, rest assured that our team can advise and assist you. Allow us to offer legal counsel to help inform your decisions. Regardless of your planning requirements, our dedicated team will personally stand by you through each step in the process to protect your interests.
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There is no excuse to delay another minute. Call TdD Attorneys at Law LLC in St. Louis today and let us tailor an estate plan to suit your unique needs. Schedule a consultation and learn how we can help protect your assets for your loved ones. Let our team get to know you and assess how we can best assist in your estate planning. Call (314) 819-5713 or contact us online.
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