You can never predict what the future holds. No matter the size of your estate, it is critical that you plan for whatever the future may hold through the creation of a will and other estate planning documents, like a power of attorney, health care proxy and various types of trusts. This planning provides you with confidence that your affairs will be handled as you wish and that your loved ones will receive as much of your assets as possible. Without these key planning documents, you leave much of the future to chance.
At Klafehn, Heise & Johnson PLLC, we are committed to creating a simple path to a comprehensive estate plan through clear guidance that is customized to you.
To discuss your estate planning goals and how we can assist you, please contact the estate planning lawyers of Klafehn, Heise & Johnson PLLC at our Brockport or Holley, New York offices today at 585-637-3911.
Many people postpone the creation of wills and trusts to avoid making difficult decisions. Our lawyers are committed to making the process as simple as possible. We take the time to ask the right questions, understand your specific goals and put together a plan that is tailored to your situation, your assets and your loved ones.
- Wills — We help you create a will that clearly dictates how to distribute your assets to loved ones, friends, charities or others after your passing. Our firm also works with clients to update wills and estate plans throughout their lives as circumstances, interests and family dynamics change.
- Trusts — Our lawyers help you understand your options for establishing various types of trusts. We assist in overseeing the creation and execution of trusts that are customized to your needs and the assets you wish to pass on.
- Powers of attorney and health care proxies — These instruments allow you to designate a person or persons to make critical medical, financial and other decisions in your stead, should you become incapacitated.
Our firm is committed to respecting your budgetary concerns, billing most services with flat fees rather than hourly rates.