Trust the attorneys at Norton, Wasserman, Jones & Kelly, L.L.C. to ensure your property is in the right hands, now and in the future. Our estate law services plan for your personal finances and property and help you make the right decisions when it comes to your personal affairs. We handle each case with sensitivity and compassion for what may be a difficult time in your life.
Estate planning involves adding up a person’s net worth, defined as their personal assets deducted by their debts. Property, vehicles, household items, financial statements, and accounts can also be included in your estate. We can help compile all of your assets and determine your estate.
When deciding to set up or transfer your property to a family member or another individual, it’s important to work with an attorney who has your best interest at heart. Our attorneys will help you throughout every step of the process, so the property and assets you want managed is given to and taken care of by the correct party.
We will help you draft, or amend, your will to leave behind the legacy you wish. A will documents what happens to your property after you are deceased. It is your right to determine who and where your property is given to. Our experienced attorneys are dedicated to ensuring clients’ possessions are accounted and well cared for. Not having a will that designates the placement of your assets can result in the state acquiring your property.
When a loved one passes, the attorneys at Norton, Wasserman, Jones & Kelly, L.L.C. are right by your side. We will always have the deceased’s best interest at heart. Our attorneys will help manage their finances and personal affairs with those placed in trust of their assets. We’re here to make life easier when you are struggling with your loved one’s absence.
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