Protect Your Legacy With A Customized Estate Or Succession Plan

No matter your age or stage in life, it is never too early to begin the estate planning process. Whether it be a simple will or a revocable living trust, life is often unpredictable. Death or disability of a key figure in the business or family can often leave your assets at risk of probate.

Taking steps to address these concerns today can minimize the legal challenges you and your loved ones may face in the future. At Moten & Associates, we are ready to help you customize an estate plan that protects your legacy and wishes. Contact our firm to arrange your free initial consultation today.

Streamline Or Forgo Probate With Estate Planning Tools

After a loved one dies, the probate process can be a time-consuming and costly legal process for individuals who die without a will or have complex estates. Although a will still must be probated, you can at the very least provide for concrete directions in the event of your demise. If possible, you should have a revocable living trust, which will forego the need for probate altogether.

Our team can identify the estate planning instruments that best meet your needs and help you streamline probate. We regularly create and revise a variety of estate planning documents that include:

  • Wills
  • Power of attorney
  • Advanced health care directives
  • HIPAA authorizations
  • Health care power of attorney
  • Revocable and irrevocable trusts

We also help in-state and out-of-state executors administer estate plans. Our attorneys are known for their extensive understanding of the state laws and procedures that govern property and asset distribution. When you partner with our team, you can rest assured that all aspects of these processes will be handled as expediently as possible.

Helping Business Owners Plan Their Exit Strategy

Our lawyers focus on preserving our business clients’ legacy, through determining their needs and choosing the right service or business entity for them, including:

  • For-profits and nonprofits
  • LLCs and corporations

We are equipped to facilitate transactions that allow you to leave your business on favorable terms, knowing that your entity and employees are in good hands. Whether you choose to transition ownership to family members, sell your assets, wind down your entity or pursue another course of action, we will handle all the details associated with this process.

Contact us to learn how we can develop an effective plan that safeguards your personal and commercial interests.

Connect With Our Firm Today

We offer confidential consultations at our firm so you can understand your choices before you take action. To arrange your meeting, email our office or call (213) 943-1466.