Expert Estate Planning

Safeguard your assets, strategically plan for the future, and ensure lasting peace of mind with comprehensive Estate Planning services offered by Bondurant Law. Explore the full range of options tailored to your unique needs at Bondurant Law.

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Protect Your Legacy

Crafting a thorough estate plan is crucial to guaranteeing that your assets are distributed upon your death according to your wishes. A Last Will and Testament is often the most pivotal and detailed part of an estate plan. Our team at Bondurant Law listens to each client's desires and develops a tailored document that caters to individual needs and goals. With our expert guidance, you can rest assured that you will be heard and your legacy will be safeguarded.

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Planning with Trusts

Trust have many critical uses in estate planning, and we can help you decide if one is good for you. When planning for minors or those with special needs, trusts are often necessary to protect beneficiaries from themselves or others. Trusts can also be effective tools to minimize estate taxes and to provide for professional asset management during life and after death.

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Discover the Key Elements of Effective Federal Estate Tax Planning

High net worth clients must consider the effect of the Federal Estate Tax on their estates. We analyze your estate to decide which tools may best serve you to minimize the effect of the Federal Estate Tax on your family, such as irrevocable life insurance trusts, lifetime gifting, use of the marital deduction and portability.

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Discover the Importance of Long Term Care / Medicaid Planning

Long term care needs are critically important to discuss as one ages. Many individuals do not have sufficient assets to cover their potential long term care costs and desire to protect the little they have in the event of the need for assisted living. At Bondurant Law, we provide advice regarding ways to plan for Medicaid qualification for long term care.

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Secure Your Future with a Power of Attorney

A Power of Attorney allows you to appoint someone you trust to make important decisions on your behalf in case you become incapacitated and can, in some cases, be the most important document in an estate plan. A well-drafted Power of Attorney ensures that your affairs are handled according to your wishes and provides peace of mind for you and your loved ones.

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Ease Your Family's Mind with a Living Will

A living will outlines your healthcare preferences if you become incapacitated and unable to communicate. This document serves as a valuable guide for your loved ones and medical professionals regarding end-of-life care, ensuring that your wishes are honored and respected.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to common questions about estate planning.

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Absolutely! We offer consultations to discuss your legal needs and provide tailored legal advice. Contact our office to schedule an appointment with one of our experienced attorneys.

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What is estate planning?

Estate planning with Bondurant Law is the process of preparing legal documents for the management and disposal of your assets and personal affairs both before and after your death. It typically involves creating a will and making decisions about healthcare and financial matters.

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Why is estate planning important?

Estate planning is important because it allows you to have control over how your assets are distributed, minimize taxes, and protect your loved ones. It also ensures that your wishes are carried out and can help avoid family disputes.

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When should I start estate planning?

It is never too early to start estate planning. Life is unpredictable, and having a plan in place can provide peace of mind. Whether you are young or old, it is important to have your affairs in order.

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What documents are included in your typical estate plan?

Estate planning varies depending on the client's specific situation, but estate planning documents commonly include a will, power of attorney, healthcare directive, and possibly a trust. An experienced estate planning attorney can guide you through the process.

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How much does estate planning cost?

The cost of estate planning can vary depending on the complexity of your estate and the services provided by the attorney. It is best to consult with an attorney to discuss your needs and obtain a cost estimate. However, a typical estate plan costs between $1,200 and $1,800 per individual, or $2,200 to $3,500 per couple.

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What should I bring to my estate planning appointment?

While you do not have to bring anything to your appointment, it is very helpful to bring any existing Wills, Powers of Attorney, Living Wills, or other estate planning documents. If you have a list of assets and liabilities, those lists can also be helpful to bring as well.

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