At Owen & Owens, we make your goals in transferring and protecting your assets our primary concern in the estate planning process. We listen first to gain a personal understanding of your financial situation, then apply our expertise in current property and tax laws. Monitoring changes in the laws that affect your best interests helps ensure your assets are properly transferred with the least possible tax consequences.
Our experience includes various types of trusts, including revocable and irrevocable trusts, and a host of other charitable and noncharitable components.
Owen & Owens estate planning attorneys are regularly in court on behalf of clients, and this experience allows us to resolve probate issues quickly and take appropriate actions on behalf of executors, administrators and guardians.
Let us also guide you in preparing powers of attorney and advance medical directives or “living wills”, as well as assist in the appointment of guardians for loved ones who have become incapacitated.
The estate planning attorneys at Owens & Owens understand that matters regarding wills and trusts can be challenging and emotional. This is why we first seek to understand your situation then apply our broad range of expertise to lessen the stress and difficulty on you.