Kansas Estate Planning & Probate Attorneys
Estate Planning Legacy Planner
Everyday, we work with people who have lost someone they care about. There is so much these folks have to organize and manage. This planner organizes the information they will most need, in our experience, saving so much time and unnecessary cost. Besides organizing your information, it' s so important to have a good estate plan that will keep your family out of court and conflict.
Please use the button below to receive a free copy of our Estate Planning Legacy Planner, an organization tool essential to any estate plan designed to help your loved ones take care of you and handle your affairs.
Fundamental Estate Planning
There are many legal strategies involved in estate planning, including the creation of:
- revocable living trusts,
- irrevocable trusts,
- durable powers of attorney,
- living wills,
- asset inventories,
- transfer on death documents,
- and health care documents.
Our process starts with you filling out an assessment to convey your goals and organize information about your family and assets. If you take the time to fill out our assessment, we will meet with you in a free strategy session to talk about the simplest plan to accomplish your goals and protect your family.
In our strategy session we will tell you what our firm can do for you and teach you some things you can do for yourself. There is no obligation or pressure to move forward after out meeting. If nothing else, you will have a much greater understanding of the risks of not having an estate plan, things you can do yourself to protect your family, and an organized set of information that your family will find invaluable.
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