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Estate Planning/Probate

Do you have your affairs in order in the event of your death or disability?  Unfortunately, many people wait until it’s too late.  Whether you are just starting out, have a family with young children, or are moving toward your retirement years, there are a number of estate planning tools that can benefit you and your family.  These legal tools permit you to control how and where you want your assets to be distributed upon your death, designate someone to make decisions for you in the event of your incapacity for health care and financial matters, and specify your wishes regarding end-of-life care.  These decisions can be made through:

  • Wills
  • Trusts, including Special Needs Trusts
  • Durable Powers of Attorney
  • Health Care Directives (living wills)
  • Community Property Agreements

At Gascon Law, I encourage you to control tomorrow by planning today. You will have the peace of mind that your wishes will be carried out exactly how you intended, rather than leaving your estate in the hands of the courts.

For those who currently have estate plans in place, if your family has experienced a change in circumstances (death, birth, divorce), now is a good time to have your estate planned reviewed and possibly revised to reflect your new life situation. At Gascon Law, we can assist you in updating your current estate plan to make sure it is both adequate and enforceable.

CLICK HERE for an estate planning checklist to see if your estate needs updating.

I always offer a FREE consultation to discuss your estate plan.

With estate planning in place, when it comes time to administer your estate, Gascon Law can help your family through the probate process.