Estate Planning Is for Any Family
3 Levels of Planning
When it comes to estate planning at Aria Law PLLC, one size doesn’t fit all. There are three levels of planning available to meet your needs, whatever they may be. We can help whether you need a basic plan looks after your kids even if you don’t have a lot of wealth, or if you are part of a financially established family in need of more complicated help protecting your assets and preserving your wealth.
Depending upon how complicated your estate planning needs are, you can expect to pay somewhere between $2,000 and $8,000. This might seem like a lot, but consider the value you could gain by keeping your estate out of probate and avoiding unnecessary taxation or inadvertently losing property to the State Department of Unclaimed Property. When you think of a properly prepared estate plan as an investment in your family’s future, it becomes clear that bargain shopping or trying to do it yourself puts too much at stake.
When you reach out to Aria Law PLLC for assistance, we’ll discuss the three levels of planning we have available. From there, you can choose what you pay by selecting the planning options that are most important to you and your loved ones. Our estate plans ensure your family will have the instructions they need should something happen to you, whether you are nearing the end of your life or have already passed.
There is no one-size-fits-all plan that can ensure every possible detail of your estate and family is taken into account. When it comes down to it, the estate plan that works best for you and your loved ones is the one that’s designed especially for you.
Aria Law PLLC is committed to ensuring each client receives a personalized level of service. We invest time in learning as much about your situation and planning needs as possible so that we can provide options and create a plan that takes all of your most important concerns into account.
No matter what your current level of wealth is or the structure of your family, we have what it takes to provide you with the means to ensure you and your loved ones are protected.
We can provide estate planning services for a diversity of family structures, such as the following:
- Two-parent or single-parent families with one or more minor children
- Unmarried couples who need help solidifying their relationship with planning, or perhaps dissolving it due to legal separation or divorce
- Blended families where relatives may be related to one another in more complicated ways than other families
- Families with a high net worth who are trying to preserve their wealth by protecting it against creditors and unnecessary estate taxation
- Family business owners who want to ensure the ownership of their companies follows down their family lines
- Estate executors and beneficiaries who need assistance with the probate administration process
- Family members or trustees tasked with carrying out a loved one’s legacy through trust administration
Is Your Estate Plan Current?
It’s not enough to simply have an estate plan, especially if it was one you created years ago. If you created your plan before you got married, bought a home, had children, or accumulated a lot of wealth, chances are your plan isn’t protecting your loved ones as well as it can be.
We at Aria Law PLLC can help you review your existing estate plan and identify weak spots it may have. Life can get more complicated as time goes on, and we can help you ensure that your estate won’t get caught up in this complexity at the cost of your family’s future.
We can help you update your existing plan to account for your life as it is now. Our attorneys can also build a new plan with a solid foundation to grow upon further in the future.
For more information about what Aria Law PLLC can do for you, or to schedule a consultation, please contact us online or call (210) 960-9996 now.
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A Personal Family Lawyer® is an advisor who helps you make the very best personal, financial, legal, and business decisions for your family and will be there to guide your loved ones if you cannot.
When it's time to think about your future, Aria Law is prepared to help navigate you through the estate planning process. Get in touch with our team today to discuss your options.