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Crafting A Will That Properly Protects Your Wishes

Having worked so tirelessly for years for yourself, your family and your future, it is comforting to know that you have a plan in place that is designed to protect your wishes and secure your finances. Creating a comprehensive will can achieve these goals.

As a skilled Minnesota estate planning lawyer Jeffrey J. Storey, I value taking ample time to help you. I pride myself on guiding my clients through the estate planning from start to finish, so they do not have to complete any part of the process on their own.

From Storey Law Office, in Coon Rapids, I take the time to thoroughly review your estate and draft a strategy that details the most optimal way of minimizing or reducing estate taxes; transferring property and assets; naming a guardian for your children; looking after beloved pets and providing for charitable organizations; and that overall protects your family, friends and other loved ones.

Preserving Your Family’s Wealth For Future Generations

Whether you’re planning the parameters of your future medical care or establishing support for loved ones upon your death, I can help with all aspects of trusts and estates issues, including:

  • Estate planning
  • Estate tax issues
  • Choosing the appropriate representative
  • Guardianships
  • Living wills
  • Living trusts
  • Wills drafting

Drafting Your Last Will And Testament To Secure Your Legacy

Your will is a document that provides a place to record your wishes for how your property should be distributed and how your children should be cared for, and other desires for the handling of your estate assets. It is a document that is crucial if you expect to direct property or assets to be left to someone who is not a blood relative, or is an organization such as a charity. Without a will, your estate will be handled according to state law and a court will be in charge of making decisions regarding your property distribution, the guardianship of children and potentially even how your pets will be handled, as they are considered property. These decisions may not convey your own wishes.

Separate from a last will, it may also be in your best interests to create a living will. This document provides guidance and directions on how you wish to be cared for in the event you are incapacitated or otherwise cannot convey your own wishes.

Talk To Me About Your Will

You can trust me to create a valid, detailed will that will protect your wishes and ensure your desires are carried out. Contact my office, Storey Law Office, in Coon Rapids today by calling 763-575-7066 at your convenience. As your attorney, my goal is to give you peace of mind.