What is Proper Estate Planning?

Written by JamesM

January 24, 2016

You want to control your property while you are alive and well, taking care of your loved ones and yourself if you become disabled. Before or after your death, you want to distribute your property to whomever you want, whenever you want, and however you choose. You also want to avoid any unnecessary taxes, court costs or other fees.

Quality estate planning results from an experienced counseling-oriented attorney carefully listening to your needs, goals and concerns. Since each client has individual needs, we never attempt to fit you into a “one size fits all” plan. Your estate plan is designed with your cooperation and your family in mind, because each family is unique.

The Law Offices of James L. Moore, P.C. brings you over 20 years of legal experience to help you plan, protect and preserve your wealth and family values. We will work with you and your other planning professionals as a “TEAM” to meet your planning objectives, for you and your loved ones.

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