No one likes to think about their death and the impact that such occurrence will have on their family and loved ones. Unfortunately, death is a fact of life that everyone must face. The advance preparation of an estate plan is necessary to save precious resources of the decedent's estate assets and time spent by family or loved ones who are left behind to handle the administration of the estate.
Attorney Laurie Lacoste has been assisting individuals with the creation of their estate plan, which is tailored to meet the needs of each individual and their families for over 25 years. With an eye toward proper planning that minimizes the time and expense incurred in administration in the wake of the death of a loved one, Attorney Lacoste ensures that each individual estate plan created ensures that the assets and debts are directed to be handled in the most expeditious and cost-effective manner.
Advanced preparation of your estate plan saves precious resources and time. We tailor an estate plan to meet your needs. Estate Planning is not only for the wealthy. It is essential for any individual or family who wants to protect their assets.
Attorney Lacoste is experienced and able to assist you with the following:
- Revocable Trust
- Irrevocable Trust
- Special Needs Trust (Disabled children or adults)
- Last Will and Testament
- Durable Power of Attorney
- Advanced Directive (Health Care Power of Attorney)
Frequently Asked Questions About Estate Planning:
- What is a Last Will & Testament?
- Do I need a Will?
- What is a Trust?
- Which Trust is appropriate for me, Revocable or Irrevocable?
- What is a Durable Power of Attorney?
- Do I need a Durable Power of Attorney?
- What is a Living Will?
- What is an Advanced Directive (Health Care Power of Attorney)?
- Do I need a Living Will and Advanced Directive (Healthcare Power of Attorney)?
If you are interested in protecting your assets, avoiding costly estate administration through the probate court, and making administration of your estate efficient, Lacoste Law can provide you guidance about your estate plan options.