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Planning for the future—including how your estate will be handled after your death—is a part of life. Regardless of the size of your estate, you should have a will or trust to protect yourself and any dependents.

We will draft an official will on your behalf, ensuring that your wishes are clearly outlined in a manner that will withstand any potential legal challenge. We can also help you select an appropriate administrator.

At Hartman-Imbriale, we draft wills and trusts for clients, including:

  • Durable powers of attorney
  • Healthcare powers of attorney
  • Testamentary trusts
  • Living trusts

Prepare for the unknown

Even if you have no dependents and your estate is small, a will can detail your preferences in the event of a medical situation. A living will, for instance, explains your choices regarding the medical care and extent of life-saving care you want to receive. If you are incapacitated, a living will ensures that your voice is heard.

Trusts are equally significant. A variety of trusts are available to help families minimize federal estate taxes, income tax, and provide inter-generational wealth transfer. Trusts provide a flexible method of asset protection and can be used to meet many estate planning goals. Our estate planning attorneys have the knowledge and skill to develop trusts that meet your long-term estate planning needs.

Contact us today

The right legal representation can play an integral role in achieving a positive outcome in your case. At Hartman-Imbriale, we are prepared to assist you in your personal injury, real estate, motor vehicle accident, wrongful death, or workers compensation case and stand ready to draft or review any business contracts, wills and trusts. Contact our lawyers online or at 678-445-7423 today for assistance.