Saving your family from a major fall-out by executing a simple, well thought-out will could be your greatest legacy. You may think a trust is something only used for large estates. There are many different types of trusts that serve multiple purposes, and there may be one that is a vital planning tool for you.
Some people may require a more complex will, prepared for you by a trusts and estates attorney. A complex will may be more appropriate if:
- Your assets are valuable enough that estate taxes will apply.
- You wish to establish a special needs trust for a child with a disability.
- You want to set up a trust so that your children receive a certain sum of money at a particular age.
- You have a previous spouse and/or children from a previous relationship.
- You own a business.
Good Grief Law will look at your unique circumstances and help guide you to a plan that is perfect for you. If you’re looking for estate planning for seniors in Charleston, call us for a free phone consultation.