Making A Plan That Fits Your Life
At Duggan McHugh Law Corporation, we prepare a comprehensive estate plan for our clients. Every situation is unique and we customize each estate plan to your situation. Most estate plans will include a trust, will, power of attorney, advance health care directive, and the necessary grant deeds to change title to real property.
What Does An Estate Plan Do?
Do you know what will happen to your assets on your death? Who do you want to make important medical and financial decisions for you as you age? Who would care for your minor children if you were in a catastrophic accident? Proper estate planning will ensure that your assets pass to your intended beneficiaries and that you can nominate the person who will carry out your wishes. In order to avoid California probate court, you need to have a trust. Additionally, your real property should be titled in the name of the trust. All estates – both large and small – will benefit from estate planning. Our attorneys will walk you through this process and facilitate your estate planning needs.
I Already Have An Estate Plan — Now What?
Tax laws often change and/or your assets may have changed since you initially created your estate plan. We often meet with clients to review their existing estate plans to ensure their needs are still being met. We can also assist with changes or amendments to an existing estate plan. Contact our Sacramento law office by sending us an email or by calling 916-550-5309.