Legal Support For Wills And Estates
Creating a will means deciding how to distribute your assets and possessions among surviving beneficiaries. Disputes arise when someone challenges the intentions of the deceased.
At Richard A. Low & Company, our lawyers provide legal support to help you draft a clear and comprehensive legal document that outlines your last wishes and how to effectively administer your estate.
Estate Planning And Powers Of Attorney
Your intentions for your will begin with estate planning. Our lawyers will advise you on the legalities of bequeathing real estate, business shares, personal property and accounts among your family and other parties, and designating a responsible estate trustee.
We also advise you on how to proceed if you or a loved one should ever become incapacitated. Choosing a power of attorney is an important decision. Everyone involved needs to understand their role and the life-decisions they may be required to make. We treat all of these considerations with the principles our firm was founded on – family and making sure loved ones are effectively protected and cared for.
Executing A Will
We appreciate how emotional the passing of a loved one can be. Our goal is help you alleviate the stress of executing a will so you can focus on grieving and moving forward.
Our firm can assist the estate trustee in validating a will — known as probating a will — and enforcing its provisions. We also help families administer the deceased assets in cases where there is no will, adhering to the appropriate legislation, time factors and financial concerns specific to your situation.
As a family-run practice, we understand the concern over making sure children and grandchildren are provided for, and treat our clients the way we treat our own families.
Call Richard A. Low & Company
Find out how we can help you plan your estate, execute your will and settle any disputes that may arise after the passing of a loved one. Call our firm at (587) 800-0409 or arrange a meeting by sending us an email using our online form.