Estate planning might not be first on your to-do list. But, being proactive today can prevent future frustration for the ones you love most. An estate plan allows for specific instruction regarding the distribution of your assets once you are deceased. At Stoffel Law, LLC we understand how important it is to obtain legal representation that is both compassionate and informative while making these hard decisions. We will provide you with the support you need to help you craft an effective estate plan in Indiana.
How can Stoffel Law, LLC help with your estate planning?
Stoffel Law’s Indianapolis estate planning attorney, Bryan Stoffel, can assist and advise you in your case; and is ready and willing to draft, review, revise, or modify:
Additionally, Bryan offers comprehensive instructions to assist with all of your Estate Planning needs, including discussions regarding:
- who to nominate to handle your finances or medical care;
- who to designate as guardians for your children after your passing; and/or
- how your property will be distributed to your family and friends upon your death.
Why Stoffel Law, LLC?
Bryan’s experience in estate planning has taught him that his approach to each case must be as unique as each client’s needs. His top priority is to provide you with the personal attention and advice you deserve to make the decisions that fit you best.
Difference between estate plan and will
A will and an estate plan may go hand-in-hand but are not interchangeable. An estate plan includes documents that are effective while you are living, as well as documents that go into effect after your death. A will, while part of an estate plan, only plans for what happens to your children and assets after your death. Having a lawyer draft your estate plan makes sure that important documents, like your will, are not forgotten. Bryan Stoffel is detailed-oriented and has broad legal experience, which allows him to prepare estate planning documents that cover all of your bases.
Do you need an estate plan drafted, revised, or modified? Click here to arrange a free estate planning consultation or call (317) 674-8222