Experienced Guidance For Estate Planning And Probate
What happens to your assets after you pass on is not always pleasant to think about. However, it is necessary if you want to ensure your assets are handled properly and your loved ones are protected.
At Sheehan, Barnett, Dean, Pennington, Dexter & Tucker, P.S.C., in Danville, Kentucky, we can ease some of the burden for you. Whether you are ready to create an estate plan or need assistance with the probate and estate administration process, we can help.
Why Is Estate Planning Important?
Creating a comprehensive estate plan is one of the most important things that you can do for both yourself and your loved ones. A strong estate plan tells your family how you want your assets to be distributed, so no one has to guess what your wishes are.
There are numerous tools available for creating an estate plan that meets your needs. When you work with us, our estate planning attorneys will listen to your goals and concerns and explain which would work best for you. We can assist you in creating:
- Living wills
- Power of attorney
Who Needs An Estate Plan?
Just about everyone can benefit from an estate plan. You don’t have to be wealthy or have children to require an estate plan. Estate planning is also about communicating your wishes to your loved ones. Through an estate plan, you can answer tough questions about how you want your end-of-life medical care to be handled or whom you want your savings to go to, so your family doesn’t have to decide for you.
Guiding You Through The Probate Process
Probate is the process by which a will is validated by the court before assets are administered. We can assist you in navigating the court process, even if your loved one died intestate — or without a will.
Our experienced lawyers can take on the process of probate and estate administration for you. We understand that it is a lot to handle, especially if you recently lost a loved one. We can ensure the process goes smoothly, so you can start moving forward.
Call Us Today To Learn More About How We Can Help
Tell us about your situation in an initial consultation. To schedule an appointment, please call our office at 859-236-2641 or contact us online. We serve clients throughout Boyle County and the surrounding areas.