Wills & Probate Attorney in Statesboro, GA
When it comes to estate planning, each situation is unique. Planning for your family’s future needs individualized attention. Probate Attorney Lovett Bennett, Jr. brings detailed attention and specialized skills to each case. Although dealing with these questions can be difficult, you don’t want to leave these decisions to someone else.
Wills and trusts are extremely important tools in protecting family members and valuable assets.
No matter how much property a person owns or what the value of their assets may be, establishing a will or trust is necessary when considering the care of loved ones after a death. A will is a binding set of instructions that is left behind after a person passes away. It can suggest who you would like to take care of your minor children, or where and how you would like to be buried. It can be as short as one page and as long as over 100 pages, depending on the individual. As you prepare to create your last will, Lovett Bennet Jr. help you navigate probate law and explore all of your options. He will help you determine the best course of action for you, your family, and your property.
It is important to understand that if wills or trusts are not created, your assets may be transferred to the state.
The Law Offices of Lovett Bennet, Jr. will guide you through the countless aspects of probate law. Whether considering wills, living trusts, educational trusts, or any other element of estate planning, Mr. Bennett offers necessary counsel while you address this difficult subject.
A trust is used to hold important and valuable assets for the benefit of another individual, known as a beneficiary. These assets are managed by a trustee until they are distributed to the beneficiaries. A trust also allows one’s beneficiaries to avoid probate. Distributing the assets and money in a trust is a more private and simpler affair than the public court process of probate. Certain trusts can also be used to minimize taxes placed on the assets that are transferred to your beneficiaries.
Do not hesitate to contact Lovett Bennett Jr. so that you can begin planning for protecting your loved ones. We will help you ensure that your estate goes to the right hands!