Personalized Services Concerning Your Probate And Estate Planning Concerns
Do not leave your estate planning or probate needs up to chance. The attorneys at McMahan Perry & Phillips, LLC, have extensive experience in these areas of law and will pay particular attention to your most personal needs.
Wills And Estate Planning Services Protecting Your Finances And Future
When dealing with estate planning, the main thing to keep in mind is that “a stitch in time saves nine.” In other words, clients can often avoid expensive and unsavory legal actions down the road if they consult with an estate planning attorney and make preparations in advance. Issues like life insurance, accounts with payable-on-death benefits, joint account holders, joint title holders (and the manner they hold joint title) can either facilitate or frustrate an estate plan and the intentions of the person making the plan.
A proper and thorough consultation with one of our trained and experienced lawyers can help. We will put together a strategy that accords with your wishes. Our attorneys will make themselves available to answer all your inquiries.
Guardianships And Conservatorships For The Mentally Or Physically Challenged
The average life expectancy is on the rise. As a result, families are increasingly facing issues about estate planning, including those concerning the mental and/or physical incompetence of their elder loved ones. Such circumstances are particularly true with the increased prevalence of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. Sometimes, a simple power of attorney can meet a family’s needs. Other times, a court-appointed guardian or conservator may be necessary. Our attorneys understand that it can be emotionally painful to deal with a loved one who suffers from any form of incompetence or disability, especially when they do not have the capacity to understand their limitations. Therefore, our attorneys can help fashion a solution within the framework of the law for any day-to-day family challenges that are presented. We focus on maximizing the quality of life and minimizing the emotional strain placed on a family facing these issues.
Addressing Your Most Important Concerns
To speak to one of our attorneys and set up an initial consultation, call McMahan Perry & Phillips, LLC at 678-664-4360.