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What is Asset Protection?

Oct 29, 2019 | Estate Planning

Asset protection estate planning is important for anyone. This process allows you to put your affairs in order so you know that your surviving spouse and family will be taken care of after your death. Allow our experienced elder law attorneys to give you peace of mind when it comes to providing for your loved ones through a variety of different legal documents. At Elder Law Group PLLC, we are experienced in probate, trusts, estate planning, and other laws pertaining to these important documents and can answer any question you have about the process.

Asset Protection Estate Plans

This plan protects your assets. We can prepare a comprehensive and customized plan that simplifies or even eliminates the need for probate court after your death. This estate plan distributes property according to your specific wishes and protects this property from the state, long-term care costs, and creditors. This process is comprehensive and will protect you and your loved ones. We can implement a Will with an asset protection trust to protect surviving family, or choose an attorney-in-fact through a durable power of attorney that can make medical or financial decisions for you if you can’t. All of these legal documents make it unnecessary to obtain a guardianship as you can make this notation in your document. Our goal is to simplify your estate plan without compromising asset protection in any way. If you or a loved one are in need of an estate planning lawyer, we can help you!

Call to See If You Qualify For a Free Consultation With Our Estate Planning Team Today

If you’re interested in learning how we can help you with asset protection, call to see if you qualify a free consultation with our estate planning team today.  Elder Law Group PLLC of Washington serves the Spokane and Kennewick areas.  To schedule an appointment at our law office, call us at 509-468-0551 to receive legal advice you can trust.

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