ESTATE PLANNING & PROBATE
LEAVE A LEGACY, NOT A BURDEN.
Stagnaro, Saba & Patterson has assisted numerous individuals, business owners and families in their estate plans. In the event of a death or disability, the right estate plan can reduce the unnecessary stress of determining how assets will be managed and distributed. Our team strategically considers how each plan can take full advantage of tax planning options available to clients, while accomplishing the often complex goals of the estate.
WHY ESTATE PLANNING IS IMPORTANT.
The true purpose of estate planning is to show kindness and respect for the people you care about. Upon your death, you do not want to burden your loved ones or business partners, with the complex, costly and time consuming inconvenience of administrating your estate. Rather, good estate planning creates a convenient blueprint to effectively guide your family and friends through estate administration. Our estate planning attorneys will attend to your needs, situation and lifestyle, and draft sound legal documents including:
- Powers of Attorney for Financial Matters
- Powers of Attorney for Health Care Decisions
- Living Wills
WE CONFIDENTLY NAVIGATE ESTATE ADMINISTRATION AND LITIGATION.
Our team has extensive experience administering both small and large estates through probate, probate litigation and the preperation of federal and state estate tax returns. We know firsthand the stress of dealing with the loss of a loved one, so we take great care to help clients clearly understand the probate process. We expedite the administration of probate estates to successful completion and communicate transparently throughout the entire process. Our attorneys are genuine professionals whom clients trust, even during the most sensitive life events.
OUR WISE COUNSEL GUIDES LIFE'S MOST IMPORTANT PLANNING DECISIONS.
Guardianships, prenuptial agreements and will contests do not have to be complex matters. Our team takes great care to explain options and guide our clients to make sound decisions in all estate matters.
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