INTERESTED IN GETTING A WILL OR TRUST?
The creation of a will or trust provides the means to preserve assets by minimizing taxation in the transfer of your wealth to future generations. Making your wishes known not only serves to simplify or avoid probate, but it also prevents disagreements that could tear your family apart.
Attorney Stephen J. Bedor at the Law Office of Stephen J. Bedor will listen carefully to your goals for transferring wealth, and using his more than 30 years of experience, he will create binding wills and trusts as part of a comprehensive estate plan that best suits your needs.
Contact us today to schedule a confidential consultation with our Lake Oswego wills and trusts lawyer at 503-212-4878.
Our Wills And Trusts Attorney Is Here To Help Plan For The Future
A variety of wills and trusts exist to meet your goals and wishes for transfer of wealth to your family, friends or philanthropic causes, including:
Pourover wills, in which the proceeds of a will are used to create a trust
Living wills, also known as advance health care directives
Revocable trusts, in which the person creating the trust is able to modify the trust's terms
Irrevocable trusts, by which modifications to the terms of the trust cannot be made without permission of the trust's beneficiary
Special needs trusts, intended to provide assets for a disabled or elderly loved one while preserving his or her eligibility for government assistance programs
Our Tualatin special needs trust attorney provides skilled, straightforward assistance in the creation of whichever wills and trusts suit your individual and family circumstances, for a flat fee.
Attorney Bedor has experience and astute skill in selecting and creating the optimal legal instrument to serve your unique purposes. He can also advise you on important issues you may face. For example, divorced parents should know that if they leave substantial property to a minor child without creating a trust, the court will appoint a conservator or manager to handle the financial issues involved — and the person most likely to be named is your child's other parent (your former spouse). On the other hand, a trust can give you the flexibility to decide who your trustee will be and at what age your child should receive the trust assets.
We can also update your wills or trusts in the wake of a life-changing event such as marriage, divorce, or the birth, adoption or death of a family member.
Contact Our Attorney To Discuss Establishing A Will Or A Trust
Our Tualatin special needs trust attorney provides skilled, straightforward assistance in the creation of whichever wills and trusts suit your individual and family circumstances, for a flat fee. Contact us today to schedule your estate planning meeting at 503-212-4878.