Starting The Estate Planning Process

What estate planning documents make up a comprehensive estate plan? It depends on your circumstances, but could include a good will, a trust, a living will and a power of attorney. Anyone with young children or significant assets should have an estate plan in place to provide for loved ones.

Wilson Law Office, PLLC, assists Kentucky families throughout the Lexington area with their estate planning and probate needs. We have significant legal experience and offer reasonable rates. Our office is easy to find and the atmosphere is warm and welcoming.

The hardest part is often to get started. Call our office to schedule a consult at 859-554-3465. Estate planning is not a once and done process — review your estate plan whenever you have a major life change or every five years.

Limit The Surprises

Everyone needs to have an estate plan. If a person dies without creating a different plan, then the controlling statutes become the estate plan. Generally, the statutory plan is inconsistent with the plan the person would have created. Such issues can be addressed only during a person's lifetime.

Through the use, as needed, of wills, trusts (effective either at your death or during your lifetime), powers of attorney, living wills, beneficiary designations and other tools, a person is able to establish an estate plan that addresses his or her needs and intent.

We will carefully review your situation and listen to your goals before creating an individualized estate plan. We will help you create a plan that avoids surprises and draws out a road map for orderly estate administration.

Start The Conversation With A Lawyer

Ensure that your family is protected if anything were to ever happen to you. Get to know us by calling 859-554-3465 or contacting us online to schedule a consultation.