ESTATE PLANNING ATTORNEYS IN FRESNO
Planning a Financially Secure Future
“Mr. Banks has been my attorney for the last ten years. He has assisted me with several very important issues and I have really appreciated his expertise, dedication and tenacity.” ~ Illawynne G.
Most people would rather not think about what will happen when they die. However, the ones that do think about it leave much more asset value and far fewer complications for their heirs. Rick Banks can help you navigate the complex and multi-faceted labyrinth of Estate Law, including estate planning and administration.
One Fee Does it All
Rick wants to be your attorney for life. That’s why he is trusted by his clients to provide sound advice at a reasonable cost. In advance of any work on your behalf, he will discuss with you a fee that is all-inclusive, no matter how long your particular plan takes to build.
An estate plan takes into consideration a number of different financial vehicles, including
- Pour-Over Wills
- Living Wills
- Durable Powers of Attorney
- Durable Powers of Attorney for Health Care
Which specific vehicles are chosen and how they are set up will depend on your unique financial and family situation. Let Rick put his experience and creativity to work to develop a plan that will make your life goals a reality.
Pass Your Assets to Heirs, Not the Taxman
At the end of your life, your assets will be distributed and taxed. Where they are distributed and how much they are taxed depends on having a well-thought out estate plan. Rick will help you put a plan in place that will protect your financial assets by translating your wishes into legal directives, with minimal tax impact.
Whether you are married or single, with or without a family, it is important to avoid the lengthy, cumbersome and expensive probate process by ensuring that your assets are properly held and their disposition clearly spelled out in binding legal documents. Call (559) 222-4891 for assistance.
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