Read Now: “Do I Need a Will, a Trust or Both?”
The attorneys at Virginia Beach Law Group have valuable experience in all phases of estate planning, administration and litigation. We are committed to providing our clients the best legal advice and expertise essential to creating successful wealth transfer plans, wealth preservation, estate planning and business succession planning. Fill out the form to the right to speak to an attorney today.
Our Living Will & Estate Planning Attorneys Can Help You With:
- Private annuities
- Power of attorney
- Durable power of attorney
- Medical power of attorney
- Designation of guardian
- Living wills
- Living trusts
- Life insurance trusts
- Family limited partnerships
- Educational trusts
- Bypass trusts
- Charitable trusts
- Estate Litigation
The last thing you want to think about should be at the top of your to-do list
It is natural to avoid thinking about the time of your passing, but estate planning is one of the most loving and considerate acts that you can do for your spouse, children, and grandchildren.
If you do not make decisions, Virginia law will determine who gets your assets
If you die without leaving a will, Virginia’s intestate succession laws will determine who will get your assets. But because you worked hard all your life to accumulate your assets, you should make the decisions, not some complicated laws. Additionally, if you do not do effective estate planning, the Internal Revenue Service may end up inheriting a significant portion of your estate.
Your estate plan should be yours, not Virginia’s
We can help you make the decisions that will provide the transfer of your assets to your spouse, children, grandchildren, and other loved ones and minimize the tax implications.
Our attorneys help guide estates through probate with minimum expense to the estate. In our probate administration practice, we not only ensure the orderly distribution of the estate assets, but we also offer guidance and counsel on obtaining appraisals of the assets, paying the last expenses of the decedent, and ensuring that all taxes are paid prior to the completion of the administration of the estate.
Finally, our practice has an emphasis in the areas of fiduciary litigation, such as will contests, estate and probate litigation, trust disputes, and guardianship and incapacitated person proceedings.
Contact us today
You have delayed long enough. For peace of mind, call the Virginia Beach Law Group at 757-486-4529 or click here to contact us online.