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What will happen to your money, your property, and your possessions when you die? What will become of your family without your financial support? Ensure your final wishes are properly expressed with Roebuck, Thomas & Adams, PLLC. We can help you create a will or trust that provides for your loved ones when you are gone and minimizes any disputes regarding your wishes. Call us for expert counsel on the below probate law services.

Trusts Law
A trust is a legal agreement among three parties. The trust is managed by one person called the trustee on behalf of another person, the beneficiary. Different types of trust include living trusts, family trusts, spendthrift trusts, and irrevocable trusts.
Probate Law
The process of transferring property upon another person’s death is called probate. It’s often required in order to settle bills and handle the estate left by the deceased. This law can differ from state to state.
Power of Attorney
A written document that authorizes an individual to act on behalf of another person when it comes to their private affairs, business, medical, financial, and various other legal matters. This is often needed in the case of aging loved ones or someone with disabilities.
Will Planning
A will is a written document listing last wishes in the event of someone’s death. It can also be useful to help manage estate tax implications. When writing a will, it’s important to be as detailed as possible to avoid any discrepancies once the will is enacted.
Estate Planning
The fundamentals of estate state law typically involve a variety of different aspects such as wills, trusts, power of attorney, and other legal documents used to transfer property after death. All documents must adhere to federal and state law standards.
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