Pioletti & Pioletti
Eureka, IL LOCATION
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A basic estate plan typically consists of a last will and testament, a power of attorney, and a living will. These three documents form the basic building blocks of a proper estate plan. They facilitate the proper administration of a person’s estate while they are living but unable to make decisions for themselves. They also provide for the basic disposition of a person’s assets after their death. For many people this is the extent of their estate planning needs.
Some people require a more complex estate plan including the use of trusts. We can help you determine what the correct plan is for you to make sure that your wishes are carried out.
Traditionally estate planning has been viewed as dealing with the disposition of property after death, however it encompasses much more. It is a dynamic process that takes into account personal and family goals throughout a client’s lifetime as well as after their death. The attorneys at Pioletti & Pioletti take time to understand your unique situation. Together we will decide which instrument best serves your needs and the needs of your beneficiaries and charitable organizations.
There are many ways to dispose of your property through the use of Wills and Trusts. We will talk you through the advantages and disadvantages of every option available to you. We will provide experienced counsel as to the best option to execute your desires. Our representation includes: