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At Stivers Law, we understand that estate planning can be an intricate and overwhelming process. As you embark on this journey to secure your legacy and protect your loved ones’ future, we are here to simplify the complexities and guide you every step of the way. Our mission is simple: to make the complex simple and deliver exceptional estate planning services that help make things easy for you and your family.
Estate planning is not just about drafting legal documents; it’s about safeguarding your hard-earned assets, ensuring your loved ones are well taken care of, and leaving a lasting legacy for generations to come. Whether you have significant wealth, a family business, or sentimental belongings you wish to pass down, having a well-crafted estate plan is crucial.
Stivers Law’s founding attorney, Justin Stivers, brings over ten years of legal expertise in estate planning. He is passionate about helping individuals and families navigate the complexities of estate law and create comprehensive plans tailored to their unique needs.
As a proactive planner himself, Justin understands the importance of getting your affairs in order promptly. He genuinely cares about his clients and takes the time to get to know each person’s goals and wishes, ensuring their estate plans align with their values and objectives.
Your wealth is a testament to your hard work and dedication. We want to help you preserve it. Safeguard your family’s future with wealth-planning solutions that reflect your unique aspirations. By working with our team, you can ensure a smooth transition of wealth, minimize tax implications, and maintain control over your legacy. Let us be your trusted partner in securing a prosperous future for the next generation.
Your practice demands precision, just like your personal finances. Let us help you plan for your future while you focus on creating perfect smiles. Our estate planning services are designed to address the challenges faced by dentists and orthodontists alike. We can help you protect your assets and ensure the continuity of your practice.
With your dedication to animal care, it’s easy to overlook planning for your own financial future. Our estate planning services for veterinarians aim to bridge that gap, offering tailored solutions to protect and grow your wealth. Whether it’s setting up trusts or minimizing tax liabilities, we’re here to guide you through the process.
Your dedication to healing others deserves the same level of care. Our estate planning services for primary care physicians ensure a solid foundation for your future. We’ll help you protect your practice, assets, and family so you can continue making a difference in your patients’ lives, knowing that your own future is secure.
As a leader in the corporate world, your time and energy are valuable. Our services for C-suite executives provide you with peace of mind and seamless wealth management. We can help you develop a plan that protects your assets, minimizes taxes, and a smooth transition of wealth.
Making an estate plan is a big and important step; a step that no one should take without being informed. Our free estate planning seminars will give you the knowledge you need to help secure your legacy and provide a solid financial future for those you love.Save your spot!
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The main documents used in estate planning include wills, trusts, power of attorney, and healthcare directives. Wills specify how assets should be distributed and who will be responsible for their execution. Trusts are legal arrangements that hold assets for beneficiaries, allowing for greater flexibility and control. Power of attorney grants someone the authority to handle financial and legal matters on behalf of someone else, while healthcare directives outline an individual’s medical treatment preferences.
It is recommended to start estate planning as soon as possible, regardless of age or wealth. Life is unpredictable, and having a plan in place ensures that your wishes are respected and that your loved ones are taken care of in the event of your incapacity or death. Additionally, starting early allows for more comprehensive strategies and greater flexibility to adjust the plan as circumstances change.
Estate planning is crucial for business owners as it ensures a smooth transition of ownership and management in case of incapacity or death. It helps minimize potential disruptions, avoids disputes, provides for business continuity, and allows for the orderly transfer of assets to heirs or successors.
Dying without an estate plan, also known as dying intestate, means that the laws of your state will determine how your assets are distributed. This can result in unintended consequences, delays, and additional costs. Without clear instructions, your loved ones may also face difficulties in accessing and managing your assets. Having an estate plan ensures that your wishes are followed and can prevent unnecessary complications.
Yes, it is highly recommended to review and update your estate plan regularly, especially when significant life events occur. Changes in marital status, birth or adoption of children, significant financial changes, or a change in health should prompt a review of your plan. Updating your estate plan ensures that it remains in line with your current wishes and circumstances.
While it is possible to create a basic estate plan without professional assistance, it is highly recommended to consult with an experienced estate planning attorney or financial advisor. They can provide personalized guidance, ensure all legal requirements are met, and help you navigate complex estate and tax laws effectively.