Whether it is planning for your family’s future or dealing with the sudden death of a loved one, we have years of experience providing outstanding services in preparing wills, living wills, trusts, powers of attorney, appointing administrators, executors, and guardians.
- Many people see Fran Perdomo for their wills, and preparation of their living wills.
- Trusts can be created for a variety of reasons, including protecting assets for a beneficiary’s lifetime.
- Estate Planning
- Estate planning is the process of arranging in advance for the disposal of an individual’s estate.
Perdomo Law has experience in estate, healthcare and guardianship issues can safeguard clients’ interests, clarify legal questions and eliminate uncertainties during difficult life situations. Our professional legal advice can avoid problems with taxes, lawsuits and protecting assets.
- A properly drafted Will -often referred to as “Testament” gives you confidence that your wishes will be carried out the way you intend. Failure to include a Will in your estate plan can result in distributions of your estate in a way not in accordance with your wishes and the imposition of unnecessary estate taxes and administrative burdens.
- Living Wills
- Living wills, allow you to express your wishes in the event you are unable to speak for yourself if illness comes your way. Unlike a Will, a Trusts allows you to appoint a separate legal entity to hold title to property for the benefit of one or more individuals during your lifetime or after your death.
- A trust is a relationship between three parties, in which one party transfers real or personal property to another party (the trustee), to hold for the benefit of a third party, the beneficiary. Trusts can be created for a variety of reasons, including protecting assets for a beneficiary’s lifetime. Funds held in trust can be disbursed by a designated representative as agreed by all parties. Attorneys experienced in trust issues can assist in creating a trust account and ensuring that contracts and agreements relating to the trust are legally binding.