Garden Grove Estate Planning Attorney

Safeguard the Future of Your Estate with Counsel You Can Trust

It is always recommended that, at some point in a person's life, that they take certain measures to organize their estate in case the unexpected happens. With the proper legal documentation, you can ensure just how your property and assets will be divided, how debts will be paid, and how your loved ones will benefit from your estate. Conversely, loved ones tasked with resolving an estate can suddenly find themselves overwhelmed with duties and responsibilities they are unsure how to legally fulfill.

In either case, Atlantis Law can help. Their compassionate and knowledgeable team of Garden Grove estate planning attorneys have helped countless clients safeguard the future of present estates and meet the responsibilities necessary to resolve estates that have been passed down. These matters can be sensitive and emotional—but you do not have to face them without proven counsel you can trust.

Contact Atlantis Law today to schedule a free, initial case evaluation today.

How Atlantis Law Can Help

Estate planning is a complex branch of the law and one that few people outside of the legal industry know how to effectively navigate. Even the simplest of measures, like drafting a will, requires a careful legal considerations to ensure that it not only clear and admissible, but meets requirements set by the state of California.

The estate planning team is prepared to assist you with:

Avoiding the Probate Process

When an estate is not organized by a proper will or trust, then it is likely to enter probate. Probate is the state's process of organizing and valuating an estate after a person passes away. There are several important reasons why you will want to take every measure possible to avoid or minimize the probate process:

  • Probate costs: the legal fees associated with the probate process are almost always higher than a client anticipates and can take a significant portion away from the original value of the estate.
  • Retaining control: from the estate owner's perspective, creating an estate plan with a will or trust gives them control with how their estate is managed, divided, and handed down. Without it, they are allowing the state to make those decisions for them.
  • Minimizing conflict: Unorganized (or poorly organized) estates leave room for misinterpretation and opportunism from potential beneficiaries. Even the closest of family members have dealt with bitter conflicts due to the probate process. The more clarity provided by the estate owner with a will or trust, the better the chances that conflicts and probate litigation can be avoided.

Have more questions on how Atlantis Law can help you with your estate planning goals? Contact the firm today. They have a proven and accessible counsel standing by to answer your questions and, if necessary, start working on solutions for you and your loved ones.

The counsel you need is just a phone call away. Contact Atlantis Law today.

Our Garden Grove Office is located at:
12966 Euclid St.
Suite 310
Garden Grove, CA 92840

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