Tigard Estate Planning Lawyers
Guiding Clients Through Wills, Trusts & Other Planning Tools
If your estate had to be settled tomorrow, would your loved ones be adequately provided for? Are your wishes clearly stated and expressed?
Estate planning is much more than just dividing up your assets and properties. Comprehensive estate planning takes into account your end of life decisions, designating trustees for your trusts and care for your children, and more. There is never a bad time to start or revise your estate planning; however, there are times when it would be most beneficial to you, including marriage, having children, asset accumulation, divorce, and retirement. Whether you have a large estate or a modest one, everyone can benefit from planning of their future. Talk to our Tigard estate planning attorneys at Rose L. Hubbard, Attorneys at Law to learn more.
We can walk you through important estate planning tools, including:
- Elder law planning
- Powers of attorney
- Special needs planning
- Advanced Directive
Let’s talk about the future of your estate during a consultation.
Why Start Estate Planning Now?
It is never too early or too late to start planning out your estate. The unexpected can happen at any time, and you want to make sure you are prepared at all times. You’ve worked hard to accumulate your wealth and legacy. A few hours of planning with an experienced attorney can help to protect the legacy you’ve built – and spare your family from unnecessary expenses, minimize disputes, and save them from having to make difficult decisions on your behalf.
Discuss Your Estate Today: (503) 743-0185
We can start by getting to know your individual circumstances and goals. Each plan is created with your long-term interests in mind and tailored to reflect your needs. We make sure that no detail is left out and that your documents are legally binding. For comprehensive and personalized estate planning assistance, turn to our trusted team at Rose L. Hubbard, Attorneys at Law. We welcome clients all across Beaverton, Lake Oswego, and nearby communities.
Call our office at (503) 743-0185 to reach us.