Dallas Estate Planning Attorneys
Safeguarding your family’s financial security by Wills or Trusts is a critical process, and we at Goldstein & Scopellite, PC, know that this process is one of the most important provisions that one considers, even early on in life. At the law office of Goldstein & Scopellite, PC, our Dallas estate planning & Wills and Trust attorneys have a history of helping clients establish a plan for protecting their estate’s valuable assets so that these assets can be protected and provide for the future benefit of your loved ones.
Dallas Estate Planning and Asset Protection
The Wills attorneys and Trust attorneys at Goldstein & Scopellite, PC, can help you evaluate the current financial picture of your estate. We will help you establish an effective plan that will protect your assets in matters related to taxes, property transfers and elderly care eligibility. We also know how to address the administration or probate component of your Will or Trust, and we can provide suggestions to assist you in making these important decisions as well as draft simple to complex Wills and Trusts that will meet you and your family’s needs.
Estate planning is a very important endeavor. Working with an experienced and knowledgeable attorney, who has had life’s experiences, in the Will and Trust process and who will take the time to explain your options and find a solution that is appropriate based on your unique personal and financial circumstances is also important. Please contact one of our Dallas estate planning lawyers or one of our Will lawyers at Goldstein & Scopellite, PC, for a consultation. At Goldstein & Scopellite, we believe that our clients’ needs and desires are paramount and that is the key to our success.
Our skilled estate attorneys and probate lawyers work together with our firm’s experts across a variety of disciplines that impact your estate’s assets such as financial planning and tax issues. Our estate planning attorneys will contact the necessary experts to make sure that your Will or Trust is drafted properly.
Wills and Trusts
Wills and Trusts are essentially a set of finely drafted instructions which will assist your executor/trix or Trustee in the distribution of your assets upon your death or in the case of trusts, your incapacity or death. Some Trusts can even begin while the person forming the Trust is living and that person can even be Trustee until his or her death occurs. There are many different types of Trusts and Wills that can be drafted and many different types of provisions that can be added to a Trust or Will to protect the distribution of the person’s estate, including the protection of your pets under a Trust and your guns and the transfer of your guns to your heirs upon your passing, which has become a very complicated process. Having a Will that is drafted properly can be an effective way to ensure that your assets are distributed to the proper beneficiary(ies) according to your wishes and according to the law. Also, as stated above, as a part of the Will, an executor/executrix will need to be named, who will be in charge of filing for Probate if there is a Will and the your property has not been transferred into a Trust and then, distributing the assets of your estate as named. The Will lawyers and Trust attorneys at Goldstein & Scopellite, PC know the law and they are dedicated to helping you protect your assets and your estate and in distributing your assets to the appropriate individual(s).
At Goldstein & Scopellite, PC, our Trust and Will attorneys can construct your Will and Trust to ensure that your desires are met and that your loved ones are protected. They can also assist in ensuring that your assets are properly transferred into the Trust that you establish.
Our firm can handle the creation of:
- Simple Wills
- Living Wills
- Complex Wills
- Revocable and Irrevocable Trusts
- Charitable Trusts
- Special Needs Trusts
- Pet Trusts
- Gun Trusts
- Durable Powers of Attorney
- Affidavits of Heirship
- Small Estate Planning
- Large Estate Planning
Our probate attorneys and estate planning attorneys will work meticulously to craft an estate plan that will keep your current and long-term best interests in mind, and we will allow you to be secure in mind that your loved ones will be provided for. Careful planning at an early stage in your life can save your family time and expense in the future.
Contact a Wills and Trusts Lawyer Serving Dallas, Fort Worth, Rockwall, Garland, Waxahachie, Plano, Frisco, Coppell and the Entire DFW Metroplex
To speak with an experienced estate planning attorney or probate attorney about your case, please contact Goldstein & Scopellite, PC, in Dallas, Texas. We may be reached at 214-351-9100.