Estate planning can be a sensitive subject, I understand that. However, while it isn't the most pleasant topic, you owe it to yourself and your loved ones to have a well thought out plan in the event of your death.
If you're like many Kansas residents, you may be surprised to learn that if you die without a will, there is a plan that's carried out - according to Kansas' laws of intestacy. However, something as personal as the distribution of your estate after your death is not usually something you want to leave for the State to decide. Together, we can draft a plan that will take precedence over the State's plan in the case of your demise.
I can help you draft any important documents you may need to create your plan.
If there's one thing we can be certain about life, it's how uncertain it is. Oftentimes our living and family situations change abruptly and quite unexpectedly. Adoptions, remarriages, divorces, and nontraditional family changes should all be addressed legally within your plan.
I strive to make the implementation of your estate management plan as painless as possible with efficient document drafting, asset disposition, and the minimization of tax burdens. Aside from estate planning, I also offer council on common senior planning areas, such as:
If you feel like I might be the right lawyer for you, but you don't see your particular needs listed here, don't hesitate to call! Chances are, I can help you with whatever legal services you need, and if for some reason I can't I'll be more than happy to refer you to someone who I trust to handle your needs.
Phone: (316) 202-0131