Estate Planning and Probate of Estates

Specializing in Estates, Wills & Trusts

Having an estate plan, including a will, a medical plan, a power of attorney and a trust, can ensure that your loved ones know your wishes after you’re gone. Planning your estate properly will minimize probate costs and save your loved ones on taxes when the time comes.

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At McMechan Law , we understand that you want to control disposition of assets after passing and you want to provide for your loved ones. State probate without a will, or with a poorly made will, can leave your loved ones with little left. It even can give an ex-spouse everything.

How We Can Help

Take control of how your assets are distributed with an experienced estate planning attorney. McMechan Law provides caring and dutiful legal guidance for making these important decisions about your assets and care. We also draw up wills and trusts.

McMechan Law understands that the process of planning your estate can feel daunting. Rest assured our team makes the process as simple as possible. Creating a will and any necessary trusts or medical or financial power of attorney documents can give you the utmost peace of mind that your family will follow your intentions after you’re gone or in the event of an accident.

Don’t Wait to Make a Plan

You don’t have to be in poor health, in your retirement years or even have children to plan your estate. If the unexpected happens, you want to be sure that you are taken care of in the event that you can’t make decisions for yourself.

As an estate planning attorney, we can assist you with estate planning related to care for your children, long-term care planning for yourself and trust administration. We walk you through the entire process and help you decide what’s best for you and your family when it comes to your will and trusts, power of attorney, and estate.

Reach Out to Us Today

Talk to an estate planning attorney today for all aspects of planning for your family’s future. Book a free consultation with McMechan Law , by calling (720) 249-7852. Or use our online contact form to reach us.

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