Thinking ahead and organizing your personal, financial, and legal matters will ensure your family is prepared to handle your affairs. No matter your age, it is important to plan ahead for you and your loved ones. Wright & Schulte estate planning attorneys will provide an experienced and personalized approach to handing your assets, property, debt, and other family matters. Our attorneys are knowledgeable about complex Ohio estate planning laws and will provide you with thorough advice on the best options for you and your family.
The Ohio estate planning attorneys of Wright & Schulte are experienced and prepared to assist you in matters including:
- Wills – legal document that allows an individual to make decisions about how his or her property will be distributed after death,
- Trusts – a legal relationship in which one party governs an asset on behalf of another party, such as a minor.
- Trust administration – a trustee’s management of the assets of the which may include the power to invest money, sell properties, and pay beneficiaries,
- Living wills – legal documents that dictate an individual’s wishes regarding how to proceed in the event of a medical emergency or incapacitation.
Other critical matters of estate planning include asset protection, powers of attorney, tax planning, gifting, Medicaid planning, and special needs planning. Each of these areas is full of legal complexities not to be taken lightly in planning for your future.
The Ohio estate planning lawyers at Wright & Schulte can guide you and your family through this complex area of law and offer support as your plan for your future while also ensuring that your final decisions are documented legally so they can be efficiently carried out when necessary.
Ohio Estate Planning Attorneys
It is important to plan for you and your family’s future and our estate planning attorneys are ready to help. The experienced Ohio estate planning attorneys at Wright & Schulte encourage you to learn more about the process and receive professional legal advice by attending an initial, no obligation evaluation. To request a free consultation with our attorneys, fill out our online form or call our office at 937-435-9999 and discuss your legal options today.