Wills, Trusts & Estate Law
Indiana Estate Law
Navigating the complexities of estate law can be an overwhelming process. The help of an experienced attorney will make the probate process much smoother, making things easier on the family, and assuring that a loved one’s estate is handled according to his or her intentions. For tax purposes, it is especially important that the assistance of a qualified and experienced legal expert is secured in matters involving estate law. Olsen & White, LLP helps their clients to avoid the typical pitfalls in the process of estate planning because we understand estate law. We listen carefully to our clients and provide a full explanation of all of the available options. We are the name to trust in Evansville for probate and estate law issues.
Protecting your Assets with Wills and Trusts in Indiana
The best way to ensure that your assets will be distributed according to your wishes after you are gone is to secure the help of a qualified attorney. As an Evansville area resident, you need an Indiana legal expert who can help you decide whether a will or trust will best meet your needs. Wills allow the transfer of assets to take place upon death, and require probate. Trusts allow for the transfer of property while one is still living, and continue after death. The Law Team is knowledgeable and experienced in establishing wills and trusts in Indiana and can help you make the right choice for your estate.
Personalized Estate Planning to Meet Your Needs
The Law Team uses a variety of estate planning tools to meet the individual needs of our clients. We will help you to establish a clear estate plan through the use of:
- Living wills
- Power of attorney
- Healthcare power of attorney
For individuals who die in Indiana without a will, the state uses intestate laws to distribute personal assets and property. Having even a simple estate plan put together now will help make your wishes known and ensure that your loved ones will be taken care of upon your death.
Make Your Own Healthcare Decisions
In the event that someone becomes incapacitated and doesn’t have a living-will or healthcare power of attorney, family members are left to grapple with difficult medical decisions. This not only takes the right to make your own decisions from you, it is an unfair burden to place on your family. We can help you make your desires clear on a number of medical and end of life issues.
Call the Law Team of Olsen & White, LLP for assistance from our attorneys with wills, trusts, and estate law. For More Information on estate law in Indiana, call our Evansville office at 812-297-5528 or use our contact page.