If you were to become incapacitated or unexpectedly pass away, would your family be protected? If you can’t answer confidently, it’s time to contact an estate planning attorney. Charles C. Tucker PLLC can draw up a will or trust that details your wishes for the distribution of your property and assets if something were to happen to you. Discuss your business interests, property, assets and any debt you have with attorney Tucker during a free 30-minute consultation. He’ll determine the best estate planning documents for your needs and get to work.
By the time you’re finished with the estate planning process, you’ll have a detailed plan in place that is legally binding and can be used to protect your family from uncertainty. Contact attorney Charles C. Tucker to learn more.
When you’re ready to plan for the future, contact attorney Charles C. Tucker about drafting a will or trust. A will or trust allows you to leave behind a legally binding set of instructions for how to deal with your estate upon your death. Attorney Tucker can also work with you to create: