Planning for the future can be stressful and confusing. But it is an essential part of providing for your family and ensuring your wishes are fulfilled. If you are starting a new career, maturing in a successful business, or looking toward retirement, it might be a good time to reevaluate your estate plan. Our lawyers will meet with you to discuss your wishes and needs and then prepare a full package of estate documents to address your specific situation. This usually involves wills, living wills, powers of attorney, and healthcare powers of attorney. But it can also involve transfer on death or payment on death designations, preparation and recording of deeds, creating trusts, or other avenues.
When a love one passes, with or without a will, it can be difficult to know what steps to take. The lawyers at Bryson Legal can help guide you through the process of administering all of the final affairs. As attorneys for the estate of the departed, we can assure correct oversight of inventorying and distributing worldly possessions, handling the claims of creditors, and resolving family disputes with sensitivity.