Tulsa Estate Planning Attorneys
Plan for Your Future; Call Richardson Richardson Boudreaux, PLLC Now!
Life is full of unpredictability, and while this may be fun for some things, it’s the last thing you want when preparing for your future. Many people do not wish to think about their eventual passing away, but avoiding making the necessary preparations can leave a lot of complications for your loved ones after you are gone. For this reason, it’s crucial that you develop a thorough and secure estate plan with the assistance of a Tulsa estate planning lawyer.
If you need assistance drafting an estate plan, Richardson Richardson Boudreaux, PLLC may be able to help you. Our knowledgeable and friendly attorneys are well-versed in estate and probate law and can advise you throughout the estate planning process. We know the ins-and-outs of asset protection, fiduciary duty, and probate, and can help ensure your best wishes are adhered to and executed when the time comes. We take great pride in delivering practical solutions that protect you, your family, and your assets for years to come after your passing.
To discuss your estate plan and start preparing for your future, call Richardson Richardson Boudreaux, PLLC today at (918) 347-6456.
Do I Need an Estate Plan?
One common misconception is that only incredibly wealthy individuals need estate plans to protect their money and pass it on to their kids or spouse. The actual truth is just about anyone could see tremendous benefit from an estate plan, including ensuring that their possessions are passed to whom they wish and are not frozen in the legal system for months at a time. If you pass away without an estate plan, the distribution of your assets will be left up to the probate court, which could take an extremely long time and be subject to a number of complaints.
What Documents are Included in an Estate Plan?
The best estate plans contain several different documents to help prepare for your future. These documents do everything from giving legal decision-making power on your behalf, to discussing your medical treatment, should you become unable to do so yourself, as well as detailing who you would like to leave your assets to.
We may be able to assist you with any estate plan documents, including:
- Power of attorney
- Irrevocable living trusts
- Revocable living trusts
- Family trusts
- Special needs trusts
- Advance medical directives
Get assistance from an attorney who can help you create an estate plan that accommodates for your wishes while remaining durable under scrutiny of court. We can even tailor your plan to include unique elements, such as special needs trusts, family-held businesses, and even guardianships.
For assistance with your estate planning matter, contact Richardson Richardson Boudreaux, PLLC online now.