Estate Planning


Black's Law Dictionary Definition

That branch of the law which in arranging a person's property and estate, takes into account the laws of wills, taxes, insurance, property, and trusts so as to gain maximum benefit of all laws while carrying out the person's own wishes for the disposition of his property upon his death.

See also: Probate, Trusts, Wills


Estate Planning

Estate planning involves figuring out all the details of how to control your possessions after your life. It can usually take place through a will. Or it can be done through a trust. Whatever you choose, David Whipple can help you. He has practiced law for over 30 years and has been able to help many people through their estate planning. You work very hard to make sure your family is taken care, let The Whipple Law Firm help you take care of your family.

Some of the steps taken in estate planning are:

  1. Drawing up a will
  2. Setting up trusts
  3. Gifting property
  4. Beneficiaries
  5. Guardianships

Estate Taxation

As with all things in life, taxes surely do follow. Even after a difficult time after losing a loved one, their estate will most likely be taxed. As a trustee, you will have the responsibility to pay those taxes. Although, double checking to see if you are being taxed for the correct thing is important.

Check to see how your estate is being protected. David Whipple can help you with this difficult time. He has been working on estates for over 30 years and has had many cases in this field. He has even had experiences in his own personal life dealing with estates.


Estate Litigation

When a loved one passes away, the items left behind can be difficult to take care of. Especially if there is a creditor claiming that a debt is owed. Using the advice of The Whipple Law Firm during a difficult time like this, will allow you to receive all that you deserve. David Whipple has worked over 30 years dealing with estates and trusts.


Contact

Let David Whipple help you with your estate planning. Call today for a free 30-minute consultation. Feel free to stop by and visit. Your situation is important, let someone who cares help you. Contact here.

The material provided is intended for informational purposes only. It is not to be considered legal advice and not to be construed as legal representation.