Wills & Trust ◊ Guardianship ◊ Powers of Attorney
Proper future planning of your estate may be the most important thing you can do for your family. It can allow you to leave your family more assets, minimize the amount the government will take, mitigate disputes between family members, protect minor children, allow you to dispose of your assets at your discretion, and give you peace of mind knowing your family is taken care of.
At the Law Office of Richard E. Clark, LLC, we'll ensure your follow the right path to achieve your estate planning goals and create the legal documents that will effectively achieve your objectives. We provide comprehensive estate planning advice and services, including:
- Wills & Trust
- Estate tax planning
- Family Owned Business
- Powers of Attorney (Immediate and Durable)
- Health Care Proxies / Living Wills / Organ Donation
- Guardianship's for: minor children and special needs
- Complex estate planning
- Transferring heirlooms and personal property
- Transferring your home and vehicles
- Wealth preservation
- Probate & Trust Administration
- Litigation associated with defective estate planning
- And all related estate law matters
Our Method of Handling your Estate
At the Law Office of Richard E. Clark, LLC, we ensure we understand all of your goals by spending a significant amount of time with you and reviewing your objectives. After educating and advising you we will work with you to effectuate your goals through the proper legal documents.
Significant things may happen in your life that may require you to modify your existing estate planning documents. Some of the significant changes in your life may be, a new child be born, a change in beneficiaries, marriage, retirement or a traumatic health issue.
Family Owned Business and Wealth
Attorney Clark has owned four successful businesses. His knowledge in understanding the complexities of business and financially related matters enables Attorney Clark to transfer these assets to your heirs in the most financially advantageous manner. You may choose to transfer a business to a family member, multiple family members, or have it liquidated. Depending in the size of the business and estate, it is common that we work with Certified Public Accountants and financial planners to minimize Federal and State taxation.