What Makes Up A Comprehensive Estate Plan?
Life is short. We all know this. Just as you work to provide for your physical and financial needs during the productive years of your life, it is important that you have a plan for future physical or mental disability or when you eventually pass on.
At Hutchison, Anders & Hickey, in Tinley Park, Illinois, we help our clients to create viable and durable estate plans.
Make A Plan For The Future
Whether your goal is to retain control of your medical care, to leave your children an inheritance or to establish a trust for the benefit of an elderly spouse or disabled child, our law firm can guide you through the process of creating sound planning documents and defending them in the face of legal challenges. We can also advise you about selecting representatives to administer your estate, create powers of attorney for health care and to express your wishes regarding end-of-life care and handling your financial matters if you are disabled, and drafting wills, trusts and other necessary documents.
Our attorneys can help you to plan for any estate-related contingency, concerning:
- Powers of attorney for health care and property
- Creating land trusts or transfer on death instruments
- Titling assets and naming beneficiaries
- Guardianships for minors or disabled persons
- Probate and estate administration
It’s Your Legacy; Start Planning Today
Hutchison, Anders & Hickey has been a vital contributor to the Tinley Park area for more than 45 years. Regardless of your age, income or financial status, it is never too late to plan for the future. We can help you make the most of your later years and provide a legacy for your family. Although life is uncertain, an effective estate plan can help you retain control of your money, property and quality of life. It can also help your loved ones to avoid costly and acrimonious litigation during the probate process.