Estate PlanningProfessionals here to protect every facet of your assets
Thinking about estate planning can be overwhelming. It is often something you push to the bottom of your list, keeping it on your “someday” to-do list. But establishing an estate plan is one of the most important steps you can take to protect the future of your loved ones. Whether you want to minimize estate taxes, establish the succession of a business, or plan your will, Royal Law firm is here to help make sure your assets and your family are well protected.
A last will and testament is vital to protecting you and your assets. Royal Law will help you with all aspects of your will including appointing an executor for your estate, determining how you want your property and assets to be divided, and determining guardianship for minor children.
A trust agreement details the rules you want followed for property that is held in trust for your beneficiaries. Whether you want to reduce the estate tax liability, protect property in your estate, avoid probate, or simply make sure the person you wish to benefit from your assets is legally stated, Royal Law can help you with all aspects of developing and designing a trust.
Power of Attorney
In the event that you become incapacitated or otherwise unable to handle your own affairs, a power of attorney gives another person the authority to make decisions on your behalf and take care of your personal business decisions. Royal Law can help draft the necessary legal documents to reflect whom you wish to grant power of attorney.
Advance Directive to Physicians (Living Will)
We are also ready and able to help you establish a living will — an advance directive to physicians — that details your desires for medical treatment should you become unable to express informed consent. It is so important to have your medical wishes detailed in advance of your needing them so that your desires will be honored.
Designation of Guardian
Designation of a guardian to raise your minor children is crucial. Choosing who will raise your children ensures that your wishes — not the default laws of the state — will be followed in the event of your death.