Wills And Trusts Lawyer Serving Cleveland Township
Breeden Law Office advises clients at all stages of life in matters involving wills, trusts and other estate planning documents. Having these in place can provide many practical benefits as well as peace of mind.
We provide client-centered, ethical representation in matters involving:
- Durable power of attorney
- Health care power of attorney
- And other estate matters
Call 866-346-1680 or send us an e-mail to arrange for a consultation.
Evaluating Your Estate Planning Needs
At a minimum, every adult needs a will, a durable power of attorney and a health care power of attorney. Other estate planning documents can achieve additional goals.
- A will can provide for an orderly distribution of your estate assets and designate a guardian for your children, in the event of your death.
- A durable power of attorney designates a person to act in your name in matters involving your financial affairs, should you be unable to do so.
- A health care power of attorney designates a person who can make decisions about your health care needs and medical treatment, should you be unable to do so.
- A trust can be established for the purposes of achieving specific financial objectives, such as protecting your assets, providing for the needs of a disabled relative, funding a college education and many other purposes.
Breeden Law Office can discuss your desires regarding these critical issues and draft documents that will fulfill your wishes. Before creating these legal vehicles, we will carefully evaluate your situation. We will discuss your family, your financial position, your values and what you want out of life. Our goal will be to help you achieve your goals.
When Your Life Changes
Some people work with an attorney to create a will and other estate documents, file them away and then forget them. In most cases, this is a mistake. Over time, your life will change. Marriage, the birth of a child, divorce, a significant change in your finances — each significant event should cause you to revisit your will and estate documents.
When these changes occur, Breeden Law Office can revise your will and other documents. Remember, your will provides for your family's needs. You owe it to them to keep your will and estate plan up to date.
For a consultation with Breeden Law Office regarding wills, trusts or other estate documents, call 866-346-1680 or send us an e-mail. We serve clients in the Interstate 40 and Hwy 42 and Greater Raleigh, including Harnett County, Johnston County and other parts of North Carolina.