Estate Planning Attorney

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Estate Planning Attorney are also good lawyers to have on your side if you are charged with embezzling retirement or pension funds, fraudulently attempting to obtain insurance benefits or even tax evasion. Estate planning attorneys can help their clients deal with the IRS by helping to establish any type of trust, making sure that the beneficiaries are properly taken care of and avoiding any future legal issues as a result of using the trust as a tax avoidance tool. Estate planning attorneys can also help their clients handle other assets such as real estate or collectibles, should they desire any of these properties pass down to non-deserving relatives. A reputable estate planning attorney can also make sure that creditors receive payment in a timely manner after a death, and be a source of support during the transition into probate. If you are planning to dispose of your property because of an accident or natural disaster, you might want to consider getting an estate planning attorney to help you. 



Lawyers who specialize in personal injury or divorce cases probably know how best to deal with divorce or other civil matters. You might also want to use an estate planning attorney if you are contemplating having a person - such as a spouse or sibling - continue to receive monetary benefits from your property after you die. If your estate is already in place and your surviving spouse and dependent children do not want to continue to receive money from it, an estate planning attorney can advise you on how to transfer the remaining assets so that you and your dependents do not become financially vulnerable. Estate planning law is the part of estate planning that deals with the rest of the assets of a deceased person. It is important that anyone who is going through a divorce or considering a separation from a spouse understand how estate plans and trusts work. An estate planning attorney can help you fill out the appropriate forms and get the proper documentation needed to execute your will. Estate planning attorneys have the knowledge and expertise to assist clients who are about to undergo legal proceedings, or who have questions about existing wills or trusts.



Bankruptcy Attorney


The role of a Bankruptcy Attorney becomes even more important when a debtor files for Chapter Seven or liquidation of their assets. Because the bankruptcy laws are extremely complicated and changes frequently, it is imperative that you have a bankruptcy attorney at your side to help you navigate the bankruptcy process and get through all of the requirements that go with filing for bankruptcy. Without the advice of a bankruptcy attorney, many people may not be able to follow the complex filings and legal procedures required to successfully file for bankruptcy protection. Without a bankruptcy attorney to guide you and fight for your rights and your possessions, you could quickly find yourself back in the same financial situation you were in before you filed for bankruptcy protection. A good bankruptcy attorney should be well versed in all areas of personal finance law. Because bankruptcy protection comes with many strings attached, it is very important that you have a lawyer who understands what those strings mean and will work tirelessly to get you out of debt and back on solid financial ground as quickly as possible. Hiring a bankruptcy lawyer and working with that bankruptcy attorney to achieve the best results possible for your particular financial problems will help you get out of debt and achieve the goal of becoming debt free.




Wills and Trusts Attorney


One of the best advantages of Wills And Trusts Attorney is that they allow you to make sure that your last will and testament do not affect the beneficiaries. As a consumer you are entitled to an unfundable set of rights known as "power of attorney". These rights are a must have for anyone planning to change their title such as by taking out a new mortgage or selling a home. While these rights are very beneficial to the consumer, the government has attempted to limit these protections by passing what is called a "rogue law" making it difficult for consumers to protect themselves from abusive suits. Because of this problem many individuals find themselves with the dilemma of having their last will and testament manipulated by the other parties involved in their estate plan. One of the main goals of an estate lawyer is to prevent this type of abuse from occurring by clients who have a will and trust that were abused. 



Attorneys are trained to protect their client's rights by staying strong on the estate laws and using all of the methods necessary to ensure that no one can take advantage of the will. For this reason alone, many people find that using a Trust's attorney is well worth the time and expense it takes to retain a professional in this field. The disadvantage of having a will and trust can be quite scary to some. In addition to having your possessions and financial information stolen there is also the fact that you may be left without any asset protection during your recovery process. An experienced estate lawyer will know all the requirements of their state and federal statues which provide the minimum amount of protection that is required. When you have an attorney working for you, it will make the entire process much easier, especially if you have been the victim of abuse.


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Israel & Gerity, PLLC
202 E Earll Dr #440, Phoenix, AZ 85012