Estate Planning, Wills & Trusts

Estate Planning, Wills & Trusts Estate Planning, Wills & Trusts

Estate Planning, Wills & Trusts

Estate planning involves the careful construction of a personalized plan that protects and provides for your family both leading up to and after your death. A thorough plan will take your children’s individual personalities and needs into account, and strengthen a family relationship.

Common questions that arise during estate planning include, “How do I choose a guardian for my children?”, “When is the right time to do a living trust?”, and “What is a trustee and who can serve as a trustee?” At BB&C, our lawyers believe that you can never be too old — or too young — to create an estate plan. For some clients, it is common to name guardians for young children. For others, it is important to consider the financial habits of children. Because inheritances are generally diminished quickly, it is imperative that you work with an estates, wills, and trusts lawyer to plan for the future of your family and avoid negatively impacting your children. The careful crafting of documents allows for the ease of administration and the preservation of assets. 

We work hand in hand with financial planners and professional fiduciaries — companies that manage funds — as trustees. We’re meticulous, we’re perceptive, and we’re determined to gaze into the crystal ball, estimate the future needs of your loved ones, and appropriately provide for their success and stability.

Send us a message or call us at 765-742-9066 to speak with an estate planning attorney today.

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