Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts
Bedy Law provides comprehensive estate planning services, including wills and trusts, to help our clients protect their loved ones and ensure their assets are handled according to their wishes. Whether your estate is modest or sizable, taking the time to outline your wishes and provide clear instructions on how you would like your estate to be managed will provide peace of mind and security for you and your loved ones.
Bedy Law works closely with its clients to identify their estate planning goals and develop the best strategies for achieving those goals. We will take the time to clearly answer your questions and help you weigh the pros and cons of your decisions.
We will then build a comprehensive estate planning package for you that will include either a will or trust, a power-of-attorney, a healthcare surrogate designation, a living will and a pre-need guardian designation. This package will allow a person of your choice to manage all of your affairs in the event you become incapacitated or die. These services may also help your family avoid probate, which can be costly and time consuming.
In addition to our estate planning services, Bedy Law provides legal counsel and guidance to executors, beneficiaries and other interested parties in the estate administration process. The probate process can be long and complicated, and having an experienced attorney on your side to guide you through the process makes a difference. Mr. Bedy can advise executors and handle a wide range of services in the estate administration process including help with creditors and distribution of assets. If you have any questions about the estate planning process or our strategies, call us today for a free consultation.
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