Why Do You Need An Estate Planning Attorney?

Many Indianapolis families hold the misconception that estate planning is only necessary for the very wealthy, or that creating an estate plan requires significant resources. In fact, all families should develop a strategic estate plan that secures assets and protects their family legacy.

Selecting the correct trusts, will and guardianships can help you avoid probate procedures and ensure that your assets end up where you would like for them to go.

If you are considering estate planning, call 317-643-5387 to schedule a free 30-minute consultation with our detail-oriented lawyer.

Designing A Personalized Estate Plan

Your family is unique and requires an individualized estate plan that meets your needs. Horvath Law closely evaluates your family's circumstances and helps you strategically select trusts that can guard your assets or provide tax benefits, and guardianships that protect your children's future. Depending upon the situation, we can advise you through the creation of an array of estate planning tools, including:

  • Last will and testaments
  • Living wills
  • Special needs trusts
  • Living trusts
  • Charitable trusts
  • Revocable and irrevocable trusts
  • Guardians for children or persons of special needs

Failing to create a will or to name a guardian can force your estate into probate after death. This time-intensive process can unnecessarily consume assets and prevent your estate from dividing as intended.

We design your estate plan with the end goal in mind. After closely consulting with you on your goals, we employ a combination of estate planning tools to get you there.

Contact Our Strategic Attorney For Guidance

We strive to optimize your estate plan so that you have peace of mind in case the unexpected happens. Call 317-643-5387 to schedule your free 30-minute initial consultation, or contact us online.

Estate plans should be evaluated every few years to ensure that they continue to meet your family's needs. This is especially important if your family experiences a divorce or remarriage, or if there is a significant change in assets.