Estate planning means different things to different people. Some may need a basic will, a power of attorney and an advance health care directive. Others may have complex investments requiring the use of multiple trusts and advance tax planning, and demanding sophisticated management on behalf of the trustee. Still others may own a business and need succession planning or protection for a child with special needs or wealth preservation for future generations.
How Can We Help You?
Because of the complexity of the subject matter, as well as the sensitivity of discussions of one’s own incapacity or mortality, people often are unsure of how to approach the subject. Mention this to most estate planning attorneys, and they will note that asking any question is a good beginning.
At Susan Atlas Law, our attorney has focused both her academic and professional career on estate planning. She has an LL.M. in taxation and has taught for decades on the subject of estate planning and the myriad of issues that surround this area, such as family law and estate and gift taxation.
Don’t Put Off Planning Your Estate Too Long…
You don’t want to die or become incapacitated without a comprehensive estate plan in place, as it only makes matters more difficult for family during an already difficult time. Our attorney can help you begin the process to develop an estate plan that meets your and your family’s needs, no matter the issue or the complexity of the estate or the family.
Our estate planning practice is focused on providing individuals with the estate plan they need, employing all the necessary instruments within this area, including:
- Wills and Trusts
- Estate planning
- Trust and Estate administration
- Asset protection
- Premarital agreements
- Estate administration
- Wealth preservation
- Business Succession planning
Estate planning is always more effective the earlier you begin. We can help you, no matter what stage of planning or life you are. Call our law office at 978-244-9292 or use our online form to email us.