Wills / Trusts

It is important that you have an estate plan in place. An estate plan provides for a smooth transference of your property to people you designate (your loved ones, charities, or other beneficiaries) after your passing. A basic estate plan can include a will and a “living trust.” Without an estate plan, your property may be distributed to those you do not wish to have it. That’s why it’s important to have an experienced estate planning attorney who can guide you through the estate planning process and give you peace of mind.

 

If any of the following events have recently occurred, it’s important you speak with a qualified

wills and trusts lawyer:

 

• Recent marriage

• Recent divorce

• New child

• Purchased a home

• Inherited money

• Recent health problems

• Any other major change in your life

 

A solid and well-drafted estate plan can help you avoid the costs, lengthy delays, and stress of probate. It can also minimize taxes paid when your property is transferred to those you designate. A proper estate plan tailored to your unique situation in life is well worth it — you’ll save yourself (and your loved ones) headaches and unnecessary expense down the road with a little planning today. A qualified Los Angeles estate planning attorney can help you achieve this.

Lilian has over 25 years of legal practice experience and can help you secure both your and your loved one’s futures with complete estate planning services. Contact Lilian today at (310) 920- 5810 or lilianhoats@gmail.com to schedule a free, no-obligation, and confidential consultation.

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Phone: (310) 920-5810  Fax: (310) 427-6556  Email: lilianhoats@gmail.com • Address​​​​​​: 1611 Pomona Road, Corona, CA 92880

 

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