We Provide Crucial Wills and Estate Planning
It is essential to create an expertly planned estate. Any person with assets should consider contacting Boulevard Law Center PC to get the ball rolling on a will and estate. Our Philadelphia, PA law firm has years of experience, which is crucial given the complicated nature of estate planning. You want to take care of your family members, even after you pass away, and a well-constructed estate will enable you to do that. But they can also have benefits during your lifespan. For instance, we can create a plan for if you are incapacitated. Estate planning is critical, so never underestimate its importance.
What Is Included in a Will?
Estate planning truly is an all-encompassing endeavor. It involves everything from your assets – such as money and physical possessions – to guardianship over children. We know how to ensure that every scenario is planned and considered before providing the final papers to sign. Your will and estate can include any of the following:
Most individuals and couples with children will have some instruction on who would take custody of their children should both parents pass away. The will allows you to name a guardian for your minor children.
If you do not want your estate to enter probate court or lengthy court battle, then establishing where your assets are to go is crucial to ensuring everyone respects your wishes upon your death. We can take stock of everything and draw up comprehensive legal documents.
Real property refers to homes and buildings instead of things like antiques or furniture. It is essential to have a professional handle this, as the exchange of possession of a home can be difficult to manage.
What Is Estate Planning?
Estate planning is a catch-all term that refers to numerous aspects of planning your future and how things will proceed when you die. Included in estate planning are your will and trust. But there are other things to consider as well. For instance, we can help establish a durable power of attorney, who will act on your behalf when you are no longer able to do so yourself. Estate planning also includes beneficiary designations. Other standards include a letter of intent left to your beneficiary or the executor of your estate and healthcare power of attorney. All of this might seem overwhelming, but we have the experience necessary to guide you toward the right decision.