Estate planning and probate administration are usually very complex and exhausting. The Buckley Law Offices can help you and guide you through the intricate details which you are likely to face when dealing with estate planning and probate. We can assist you with matters such as:
Estate Planning- Receive consultation and planning to ensure that your estate is distributed according to your wishes.
Living Trusts- Our firm can assist you with Revocable Living Trusts
Special needs and divorce protection. Learn how to protect family members and get informed advice on these important estate planning issues.
Long-term health care- Make sure that you have properly outlined necessary health care instructions.
Creditor protection. Find out how you can protect your estate and your heirs from lawsuits.
Trust administration. Your family can get help in distributing your estate after the first and second spouses pass away according to your trust’s instructions.
Structured buy-out plans. You can plan for your children to sell land and assets.
Retirement planning- You can ensure that your tax-deferred accounts are properly structured to give your family the greatest tax advantages possible.
Probate assistance- You can get the assistance you need on the death of someone with or without a Will.
Asset protection- Receive guidance on protecting your legacy.
Updating documents- Ensure that your affairs are in order with regular estate reviews, and amend or restate your existing estate plan to ensure its effectiveness.
Tax planning- Preserve your wealth and reduce taxes with proper planning.
Advanced planning- Get assistance with matters such as Family Limited Partnerships, Irrevocable Life Insurance Trusts, and Charitable Remainder Trusts, among others.
Planning ahead is very wise. Estate planning probate attorney David Buckley, of Buckley Law Offices, licensed in New Hampshire and Massachusetts, can help make sure that your affairs are in order so that you can avoid future conflict and ensure that your wishes are carried out. Estate planning is essential to reducing complications associated with probate and preparing for unexpected events, such as incapacitation or death.
Call our firm today to get more information about wills and trusts and have your questions answered by an experienced and knowledgeable New Hampshire and Massachusetts licensed lawyer.