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The Many Benefits Of Estate Planning
Wills · Trusts · Power of Attorney · Guardianship
Planning for the future is not just about who inherits your belongings. It is about outlining a plan that gives your loved ones peace of mind and clarity when the unexpected happens. They will be left to take care of your estate, and we can ensure hey have the tools they need to make the transition as easy as possible. Make sure you leave them with an organized estate plan that:
Reduces the potential for disputes between heirs
Minimizes the financial and emotional costs of estate administration
Outlines an asset preservation plan that leaves a meaningful legacy for your loved ones
Provides you with a secure future in case of incapacitation
At Manning and Mouratides, P.C., we can guide you through complex estate planning and estate dispute considerations across Lake County, Porter County, and Northwest Indiana. With many years of experience and a wealth of knowledge regarding financial issues, we can help you effectively manage your assets, debts, and health care directives. Contact us today for the personal attention you need from your estate planning attorney.
Using Your Estate Plan Strategically
Wills, trusts, powers of attorney, living wills and other estate planning documents all play a vital role in creating a comprehensive wealth preservation strategy. You need to consider what you have now, what you may have in the future, and how that will be passed on to your beneficiaries while considering any other issues that may arise. Our dedicated estate planning attorneys can guide you through your options and help you determine what planning tools are right for you.
Placing your assets in a trust can help you in a variety of ways. It can allow you a choice in how your assets are distributed, either for your own benefit as you get older or as a benefit for your loved ones. This is particularly important if you find yourself needing long-term care in a nursing home or adult care facility. The same goes for minor children who need help responsibly managing assets they receive and for recipients who have special needs.
By structuring your assets strategically, you can also avoid probate if that is your goal. This can be a complex undertaking. We can help. Reach us online or by telephone at 219-865-8376 to schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced lawyer.
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