Preparing for the future in advance can make a big difference in the lives of your loved ones. To ease their burden during a difficult time, consider letting the estate planning attorneys of Badeaux & Associates assist you with these 3 documents related to your estate:
- Have a Will or Trust drafted,
- Have Powers of Attorney drafted, and
- Update your beneficiary forms.
See our FAQ's for answers to common questions related to wills and trusts, for example, "Do I need a will," and "How reliable are software programs." Read More...
These are documents that are used at a time when a person cannot make decisions for themselves. These documents are called durable power of attorney, medical power of attorney and directive to physician. Read More...
What is an “Estate” for tax purposes? The IRS calculation includes everything the decedent owned – home, vehicles, checking and savings accounts, IRA's, investments and life insurance. Our law firm services include:
- Advice on whether your heirs would owe estate taxes
- Solutions to reduce or eliminate death taxes