Trust & Estate Attorney
Each trust & estate attorney at Thorsen Legal is here to help ensure that your wishes for your family are met when you have passed. By getting your estate in order, you can help reduce complications in the future. Proper estate planning enables you to control who will receive and own your property.
With over 50 years of collective experience, our attorneys have helped countless individuals and families with trusts and estates. Our law firm has earned a great reputation for our skill in navigating and resolving complex estate planning legal matters.
Our Estate Planning Services
Thorsen Legal offers many estate planning services, including the preparation and review of:
- Powers of attorney
However, every individual situation is unique, so it’s important to work with an experienced estate planning attorney who designs a custom solution for your particular needs. Our broad experience and careful attention to detail make us one of California and Texas’ premier estate planning firms.
Benefits of Hiring a Trust & Estate Lawyer
You might be wondering, “can I plan my own estate or draft my own will or trust?” While the answer is technically, “yes,” we would caution you – planning an estate is no easy task. Certain state and federal laws and standards need to be met and, without proper guidance by an experienced attorney, you might make mistakes that result in your estate not being distributed the way you want. Or worse – you may lost all control.
Your legacy isn’t something you want to take a risk on. Let the estate attorneys at Thorsen Legal help you with your succession planning so that your estate is professionally drafted and tailored to your needs. The peace of mind is worth the cost.
Whether you are just starting your estate plan or want an attorney to review or revise an existing one, we are here to help. Our attorneys stay up-to-date on the ever-changing trust, estate and tax laws. And as your family and wealth grow, we can advise on how to adjust your estate plan accordingly.
Who Gets My Estate if I Don’t Have a Plan?
If you don’t have a valid estate plan, your assets get distributed in accordance with state probate laws. While state rules are all unique, some states distribute all your property to your spouse, or split it equally between your spouse and children. If you don’t have a spouse or children, it gets more complicated, with parents, siblings, and cousins receiving portions of your estate, or it all going to the state if you’re not survived by anyone.
Why Hire a Trust & Estate Attorney
If you want to determine who receives your property after you pass, a trusts & estate attorney at Thorsen Legal can design an estate plan that honors your wishes and desires. Contact us today for a free consultation.