Your Partner And Guide Through The Estate Planning Process

From a new parent to a new retiree, whatever stage of life you are in, it's important to plan for the future. As your life, priorities and goals change and evolve, so too much your estate plan. At The Law Offices of Ronald B. Greene, our estate planning attorneys can help you and your loved ones take steps today to provide for your financial security tomorrow.

Estate planning is not a one-size-fits-all process. When you come to us for help in establishing or updating your estate plan, we take the time to get to know you and tailor our approach and services to meet your individual needs. We work with you to learn more about your short- and long-term goals and take action to address any obstacles that may get in the way of you meeting those goals.

The following are some of the documents that we recommend clients include in an estate plan:

  • Will — Name a guardian for a minor-aged child, account for the disposition of personal belongings and some assets.
  • Living will — State your wishes with regard to medical care and interventions that may and may not be taken in end-of-life situations.
  • Health care proxy — Designate the individual who is responsible for ensuring that the directives in your living will are respected and followed.
  • Power of attorney — Designate the individual who, in the event you are incapacitated, will act on your behalf with regard to legal and financial matters.
  • Trust — Protect and account for the transfer of property and assets directly to named beneficiaries.

Helping Families Settle Estate And Probate Matters

The death of a loved one is frequently accompanied by intense feelings of grief and loss. During this difficult time, matters related to a loved one's estate must also be addressed and settled. At The Law Offices of Ronald B. Greene, we can assist with the estate administration process to ensure that all assets are accounted for, any taxes and outstanding debts paid and property properly distributed.

We provide comprehensive estate planning advice and services to help residents throughout Prince George County protect their assets, plan for the future and provide for their loved ones. Call a lawyer at our firm today at 301-276-0849 or contact us online.