Conversations about one’s passing are never easy to have, but they are essential when looking to what will happen to one’s family after they pass away. If a proper estate plan is not put in place, the probate process could prevent your loved ones from receiving the benefits you wanted them to have in a timely manner, or worse. Make sure that you and your family are protected. Our office helps with the preparation of wills, powers of attorney, living wills, trusts, deeds, asset protection plans, and succession plans to make sure that you and your loved ones are protected. While these documents are key to a proper estate plan, the true benefit comes from working with an attorney who knows the trusts and estate laws well enough to make sure your estate plan will work the way you want it to with minimal issues after the fact.
Probate and Trust Administration
If your loved one passed away without an estate plan or complications have arisen during the administration of your loved one’s estate, you may need to consult with an attorney. Mr. Lythberg has represented estates ranging from advising executors on simple probate matters to litigation regarding claims against the estate. Estate Administration can be a trying time for a family even without potential legal problems, so it’s important to make sure you have the advise you need to make the process streamlined and the estate is distributed in a timely manner.
Occasionally, people’s mental faculties begin to fail and a guardianship of them becomes necessary. Mr. Lythberg helps establish guardianships of both the person and the estate for loving family who wish to see their loved ones cared for and need to be in the position to make decisions for them.