Estate Planning

Img03There are many issues to consider when you want to protect and preserve your assets and property through Estate Planning. With help from experienced Estate Planning Attorneys at Hoeh & Pistorio, you can gain peace of mind knowing that your goals for protecting your hard-earned assets are achieved.

Missouri Estate Planning

It is important for everyone to develop a personalized plan that addresses protection of assets and property. This step can not only provide you with a measure of control in the future when you are unable to manage your own affairs or after you die, but it also is a way to help future heirs receive the inheritance you want them to have. Missouri, like other states, has its own set of regulations for Estate Planning. It is important to work with an experienced Missouri Estate Planning Attorney to ensure that the documents you develop are valid and will withstand future challenges that may be made.

Protect Your Rights

The main objective of Estate Planning is protection. This includes protection of your rights and those of your intended heirs. Through this legal channel, you can also reduce taxation and designate who you wish to inherit your assets and property after you die, without worrying about interference with your plans by the court system. Through these documents, you also can appoint someone you trust to administer or care for your estate. Without a valid Will, Trust or other valid estate documents, an impartial judge will appoint someone to administer your estate. This most likely would be a stranger who would have no knowledge of your wishes.

Preserve Estate Assets

A main objective of Estate Planning is to care for your hard-earned assets and property at any time when you are unable to manage your own affairs, or after your death. With valid estate planning documents, you can direct the disposition of your estate and also appoint someone to care for your holdings and your medical care should you ever become incapacitated.

There are many options to consider when setting up your estate plans. These include, but are not limited to Wills, Trusts, Medical Directives and other plan components. As your legal representative, Attorneys at Hoeh & Pistorio will work diligently to help you select the right documents that will achieve your goals in this area of law practice.

Find out how you can benefit now by creating valid Estate Planning documents. Contact the law office of Hoeh & Pistorio, LLC, in Perryville, MO. Call him now, at 573-547-1023.