Estate Planning

When a loved one passes on, it creates great hardship on the people they leave behind.   A properly drawn estate plan can ease that hardship and mirror your heart, mind and spirit.  At Clair Law, our attorneys and staff have over 50 years of experience guiding people through the process of drafting an estate plan that fits you and your family’s needs and desire to avoid future disputes.  We understand the importance of these decisions and can assist you to determine the best estate planning tools for you, whether that is a Will, Living Trust, Healthcare Power of Attorney, Power of Attorney for Finances and Property, or Marital Property Agreement. 

We can also help you to understand and address any concerns you may have in any of the following areas:

Beneficiaries Long-Term Care Planning
Business Succession Minor Children
Charitable Giving Probate Avoidance
Executors/Personal  Representatives Retirement Account  Beneficiaries
Farm Succession Revision of Current Plan
Guardianships Special Needs Trusts
Large Estates Tax Planning
Lifetime Giving Trustees

Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Estate Planning

Probate and Estate Administration

If you have recently lost a loved one and have been named Personal Representative, Executor, or Trustee of their Estate, you are most likely facing complicated legal issues, tax problems and simply not know what to do in these trying times. State law requires family and survivors to settle an Estate within certain time limits and can impose significant financial penalties for failure to do so. The attorneys at Clair Lawcan make difficult problems easier to bear with their professional, experienced counsel.  Our goal is to serve, assist and make the administration of an Estate or a Trust as smooth and as worry free as possible under the circumstances.

Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Probate

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