Looking out for the future of your loved ones requires planning. There is no way around this truth. If you want what is best for them, then you have to take the time to map out the future – specifically what will happen after you are gone. At Allison & Mosby-Scott, we offer estate planning services to our clients so that they can plan effectively for the future. Contact our firm today to learn how we can help you ensure your plan for your family is understood and honored.
Bloomington, Illinois Estate Planning Attorneys
Someone once said that the only certainties in life are death and taxes. It is these certainties that you have to eventually face when it comes to estate planning. You have worked hard for what you have and you want to leave it to the people who matter to you most. Unfortunately, this result is not always as easy as it would first appear. To minimize the amount of your estate that goes towards taxes, you need effective estate planning. To make sure the right people receive what you intend, you need a well-crafted will. Our firm can help you with both.
There are numerous ways to shield your assets from unnecessary or excessive taxation, but the best option is not always obvious. Our firm can provide an individualized plan that will take into account your specific circumstances and ensure that your property and your assets are protected. We understand the importance of protecting what is yours. Let us help you watch over your estate and make sure it goes to the people you designate.
Even when you do not have a huge amount of assets, there is still great value in drafting a will to convey your wishes after you are gone. Your family should not be left wondering what you would have wanted. Our firm can help you write up a will no matter how much or how little you possess. Ensure that those you leave behind have clear instructions through a legally binding document.
Allison & Mosby-Scott – Estate Planning With Divorce
Our firm helps numerous clients through the challenges of divorce. We know how hard the process can be, but we also know the best way to get you through the dissolution of your marriage. We recommend estate planning in conjunction with divorce or immediately after a divorce because we believe there is no better time to address estate planning questions. The end of your marriage has changed things, and your estate planning and will should change accordingly.
If you would like to learn more about our estate planning services, please contact our firm today. Let us help you make sure that your loved ones are taken care of after you are gone.
Serving McLean County, Livingston County, DeWitt County, Logan County, Tazewell County, Woodford County, Peoria County, Ford County, Bloomington Illinois, Normal Illinois and Central Illinois.