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Estate Planning Overview
How We Can Help You With Your Estate Plan
The topic of estate planning is something that many people simply avoid. They do not want to think about death because it may seem like they still have things they want to accomplish in their lives, but none of us can control the future. The only thing we can do is make sure we have a plan in place if the unexpected does happen. At Anastasi & Nielsen, our estate planning practice has helped thousands of California families prepare for what happens after a loved one passes away. Our attorneys have over 40 years of combined legal experience working with estates of all sizes, allowing us to provide the customized estate plan that you need to protect yourself now and in the future.
Helping With All Aspects Of Estate Planning
One of our first objectives, when we meet with you, is to find out more about your particular situation. We will help you determine exactly what you wish to accomplish with your estate plan, and then discuss the possible options you have to carry out these wishes. Our attorneys will carefully draft any of the documents that are required as part of your plan.
Our estate planning practice includes:
Drafting, reviewing, and updating wills
Drafting and implementing living trusts
Creating powers of attorney and advanced health care directive documents
Assisting with the probate process
We know this is something that can be very hard for you to talk about. The fact is, though, creating a comprehensive estate plan is the only way to be sure your family is protected after you pass away. By taking action and developing a plan that works for you, you will give your family peace of mind.
Planning With Confidence
To schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced estate planning lawyers, please call our office at 408-294-9700 or send us an email. You will meet directly with an attorney who will help you understand what you need to do to develop a valid and comprehensive estate plan.