Using An Estate Plan To Protect The People And Things You Value
It’s a misconception that only the very wealthy need to create and update estate plans. Actually, most people can benefit from meeting with a qualified attorney and developing plans of their own. If you have young children, possessions to bequeath or medical wishes that you would like respected, your estate plan can help you feel confident about what the future holds for you and your loved ones.
You do not need an overly complex estate plan to achieve your goals. At Thomas Rouse Law, our team has the experience you require to identify the legal documents that can safeguard your assets and your legacy. Our attorney, Thomas L. Rouse, will work with you personally to ensure that your estate plan addresses your current and future needs.
Customizing A Plan To Suit Your Needs
Tom Rouse has provided strategic legal counsel to Kentuckians throughout the greater Cincinnati area for over 40 years. He uses this insight to advise you on the best options for your situation.
With his assistance, you can determine which estate planning tools to include in your plan. Mr. Rouse regularly drafts and revises a range of documents that include:
- Advance directives, also known as “living wills”
- Living trusts
- Power of attorney
In addition to these services, Thomas L. Rouse can help you select the appropriate executor, appoint a guardian and petition for conservatorship.
As your advocate, we will take the steps necessary to protect your financial well-being. We are well-versed in the estate laws that affect your tax liabilities and asset transfers. We strive to minimize these obligations so that you and your beneficiaries can retain the wealth that you have worked so hard to build.
Whether you need help drafting new plans or revising outdated documents, we are ready to assist you.