The Power Of A Well-Drafted Will
A last will and testament is a fundamental component of any estate play. By establishing a will, you can achieve a number of important objectives, including:
- Communicating your wishes regarding how your wealth and assets are to be distributed upon death
- Naming a guardian (if you have minor children)
- Appointing a personal representative
With a well-crafted will in place, you can be confident that your wishes will be carried out after you pass away. A will that is out of date, ambiguous or otherwise defective will not protect your loved ones but rather expose them to legal problems and potential conflicts. At Littner & Littner Law Offices, PLLC in Bethlehem, we can help you establish a will that stands up to scrutiny. We have decades of experience helping Pennsylvanians with their most critical estate planning matters.
Making The Most Of Trusts
Trusts are powerful tools for protecting assets. There are many different kinds of trusts that perform different functions. Some trusts are designed to pass assets on to beneficiaries at the time of death. Some provide an additional source of income to those who rely on public benefits. There are trusts for contributing money to charities, spendthrifts and even pets.
The types of trusts you need depend upon your unique financial situation. We make sure to work one-on-one with our clients so that we can help them choose the trusts and other estate planning tools that best suit their interests.
Discuss Wills And Trusts With An Experienced Attorney
By working with an experienced estate planning lawyer, you can get the most out of your will, trusts and other estate planning documents. To arrange a consultation at our law office, contact us online or by telephone at 610-628-2368.