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Planning your estate is the best way to protect yourself and your loved ones well into the future. Creating a comprehensive plan can give you peace of mind knowing that you will be able to provide for your family if you are incapacitated or after you pass away.

Here at Legacy Law Centers, we enjoy counseling clients throughout Loudoun County about their legacy and the life they want to leave behind for their families. Our estate lawyer will take the time to get to know you and build a solid estate plan that will grow with you and your family.

We encourage you to get started on your estate plan. Call us at (571) 260-0827 today.

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Estate Planning Services

Who Benefits From An Estate Plan?

Families of all sizes with estates big or small can reap the rewards of a comprehensive estate plan. Estate planning is about taking care of yourself and those you love – it doesn’t matter how much money you have.

If you want any sort of control over how your assets, your property, your money, and your health care are handled for the rest of your life and after your death, you will need to create an estate plan.

Your instructions will protect and provide for:

  • Yourself
  • Your spouse or partner
  • Your children
  • Your pets
  • Your assets
  • Your goals
  • The charities you support
  • Your legacy

Your Virtual Family Office

Legacy Law Centers does not manage your money – we help protect it, guiding you through the many complex family, business, and legal issues that can impact your assets. We maintain strategic alliances with financial managers and certified public accountants. These collaborations help ensure that your estate plan is as thorough as possible. Our firm operates like your virtual family office, holding regular meetings, collaborating with others, and educating your family in preparation for the future.

Get Started On Your Plan Today

If you are ready to take the first step toward protecting your family’s future, you will need assistance from a skilled and experienced estate planning expert. At Legacy Law Centers, we understand that every client’s case is unique – we never take a cookie-cutter approach to any estate plan. Instead, we take the time to understand your needs and goals, implementing measures to achieve those goals in your plan.

Get in touch with us today by calling (571) 260-0827.

Frequently Asked Questions

A: Probate is the process of court administration and distribution of your assets and property, either according to the state’s laws or a will if it has been created. The probate process may be fine if you have a reasonably simple estate. However, it is still best for you to have a will in place for the court to follow.

Having a will ensures that your assets are distributed to your specifications. Without a will, the court will be required to follow the distribution plans following state law, which may not be how you would want it.

There are ways to avoid probate. It may be the right course for you if you have a more significant estate, want privacy, and want to avoid the time and costs that occur with the probate process.

Contact us to learn more about how we can help you and your loved ones with estate planning.

A: Asking questions during a consultation is practical and illuminative. We want you to have confidence in everything you need to know moving forward.

Here are some potential questions you can ask to help you decide who you want to work with:

  1. How long have you been practicing law?
  2. What are the costs that are included in any estate plan made?
  3. What are the primary documents needed for my estate?
  4. What should I do with my documents once I leave here?
  5. How long does it take for the documents to be created?
  6. How do you address updates for the estate plans that are made?

Another idea is to look at other clients’ reviews and testimonials about working with them.

By finding the right estate planning attorney for you, you will have an excellent resource for you and your family.

Contact us to learn more about how we can help you and your loved ones with estate planning.

A: Any time is a good time to talk to an estate planning attorney. It is best to speak with an attorney during the second quarter of life to plan ahead. However, talking with one becomes imperative once you begin the third quarter of life. There could be dangerous situations by waiting till late into the third quarter of life.

The most essential requirement is to speak with an attorney when you are in good health. Completing your estate planning needs should occur when you are alive and competent. It allows you to participate in significant decisions and address any concerns ahead of time so that everyone is prepared for anything that may happen to you.

Contact us to learn more about how we can help you and your loved ones with estate planning.

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