Wills And Trusts
Everyone should plan for the future. Whether your nest-egg is large or small, simple or complex, there are essential steps that you should take to ensure that your loved ones are provided for and that your estate is resolved in the simplest way possible.
Our experienced estate planning attorneys at Greenwood Law enjoy working with individuals and families to create plans that are tailored to each client’s needs. We work with you to efficiently and effectively create a plan that gives you piece of mind that your affairs are in good order. A well-crafted estate plan can spare your family the expense, delay, and frustration of probate and is specific for your unique situation, including:
- Providing for children and grandchildren
- Minimizing death taxes
- Preparing for incapacity and disability
- Making charitable gifts
- Planning for pets
We Offer Wills, Trusts, Powers Of Attorney
Life tends to change unexpectedly. The best time to make decisions is now – when you can reflect on what you want and have meaningful conversations with family members. A comprehensive estate plan is one of the greatest gifts you can give yourself, your spouse, and your family.
We handle estate planning for many types of clients on a simple, flat fee basis. A simple estate package includes a Will, Revocable Trust, Powers of Attorney, and Advance Directive, also known as a Living Will. For clients with minor children and grandchildren, these documents may include a plan to manage money on behalf of the child until they are mature enough to manage the money themselves. We can also create a plan that optimizes the amount of support received by disabled beneficiaries and those with declining health.
More complicated estate packages offer sophisticated planning strategies that account for the circumstances and assets of the client. The experienced estate planning attorneys at Greenwood Law can guide you through planning for business management and succession, minimizing tax burdens, navigating complicated family dynamics, and the creation of protective trust shares.
Contact Our Law Firm Today
An estate plan will go far to ease the burden on families as we transition through life’s seasons. Contact us at Greenwood Law online or by telephone, at 336-794-6138 to arrange a consultation with a knowledgeable Winston-Salem and North Carolina estate planning attorney. Please note, we do not offer a free consult for estate planning needs.