Our McHenry County trust attorneys and McHenry County will lawyers have the experience, and above-and-beyond client service to assist you in acheiving your estate planning goals in a cost-effective manner. Using wills, revocable living trusts, powers of attorney, and irrevocable trusts, our McHenry County will and trust attorneys will help you ensure that your family is protected.
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McHenry County will and trust attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains how to use wills and trusts to distribute your assets when you pass.
In this article, our McHenry county trust lawyers explain how wills and trusts can be used to ensure that your assets are properly distributed according to your wishes when you pass. Ensuring the proper distribution of assets is a particular important consideration if:
McHenry County trust attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains how we use revocable living trusts to avoid probate in McHenry County, Illinois.
In this article, our McHenry County trust lawyers explain the benefits of using revocable living trusts to avoid probate. One of the primary benefits of a proper estate plan is the avoidance of a probate case when you pass away. Probate is a court case that is required to distribute your assets if you pass away owning any real estate outside of a trust or more than $100,000.00 outside of a trust or payable on death account. Probate can drain significant assets from your estate, and is likely to delay the distribution of your assets to your loved ones for at least a year. Using a revocable living trust as the primary vehicle of your estate plan makes probate unnecessary and allows your trustee to pass your assets to your loved ones immediately and without the need to pay attorney fees and court costs.
McHenry County will lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains the appointment of fiduciaries such as trustees, executors, and powers of attorney.
In this article, our McHenry county trust attorneys explain the appointment of fiduciaries in your estate plan. Ensuring that people you trust to manage your estate are in charge of executing your wishes when you pass is a major benefit of having an estate plan. A trustee is the person that you name to administer your trust. An executor is a person named in your will to manage your probate estate. A healthcare agent and a financial agent are people that you name in your healthcare and financial powers of attorney to manage major life decisions for you if you become mentally incompetent.