We are so happy that we found you and your firm. Peace of mind is elusive, but thanks to your counsel, we found it.
David and Silvia Talbot
Estate Planning Attorneys
Whether your situation and planning objectives call for a simple will, a trust, or an effective
combination of estate planning tools, you can count on Chandler estate
planning attorneys Ron Adams and
Ryan Scharber to guide you through a process that recognizes your unique situation and goals.
Our estate planning
lawyers will help you carry out your personal estate
planning goals and objectives, such as:
protection against creditors (lawsuits, divorce, predators),
supporting your plans for retirement,
protecting minor children or
providing for your loved ones in the manner you wish,
taking care of you in the event of disability,
planning to minimize transfer taxes (gift tax, estate tax and GST),
avoiding probate and minimizing costs in settling your estates after your death,
succession planning, and
effective use of insurance in support of your estate planning objectives.
Our planning process is designed to educate you on the issues that will affect you and put you and your
family in control of your estate and the planning process, based on your
familys special circumstances and needs.
We make uncommon commitments to provide our clients full
service throughout all stages of the process, with control over the legal fees
to make sure you pay a lower cost than would be incurred without such planning.
For parents (and
grandparents) of a young child, estate planning reaches beyond simply minimizing
estate taxes and ensuring that your property ends up in the right hands. You also want to know that, if illness, injury or death
leaves you unable to care for minor or special needs children, they will be
raised by the persons of your choosing and that your child's financial,
emotional and spiritual needs
will be met.
Having a Will is not enough. Depending on your situation and objectives, your Kids
Safety Net plan might include some combination of the following planning tools:
short-term and long-term guardianship to care for your children in
the event of your
death or incapacity,
revocable living trust,
individual and institutional trustees,
special needs trust,
life insurance trust, and/or