An array of wills and trusts are available in developing an estate plan that makes all the desired dispositions of property while minimizing tax consequences and avoiding probate. Revocable living trusts, generation-skipping trusts, and other instruments may be valuable pieces of an estate plan, but executing them properly requires skill and knowledge of tax laws, trust law, and a thorough understanding of the testator’s needs. Even a simple will must follow very specific rules in its drafting and execution in order to be valid. A will contest or other challenge can tie up the probate or estate administration for months or even years in some instances. If you need to create or modify an estate plan, or find yourself challenging or defending a will or other document in probate or estate litigation, call my office for professional legal representation.


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