Protecting Your Assets And Wishes Through Sound Estate Planning
Estate planning is a process many people like to put off, but taking a few simple steps today can provide significant advantages for your future and the well-being of your loved ones.
At the Law Office of DeAnne E. Parker, in Redding, we provide experienced estate planning guidance to individuals and families in Shasta County and throughout Northern California.
Attorney DeAnne E. Parker is a Certified Legal Specialist in estate planning, trusts and probate law, as well as a former CPA. She draws upon her extensive legal and financial experience to help clients preserve their assets and their wishes.
Full-Service Estate Planning Services
Having an estate plan in place protects you, as well as your loved ones. By establishing trusts, wills and other estate planning documents, you are able to direct your wishes on who you want to manage your affairs and to whom you want your assets to go to upon your death, without a potentially costly expense and procedures for your family.
We can guide you through all aspects of the estate planning process, including:
- Initial estate planning conversations
- Drafting wills, trusts, powers of attorney and other documents
- Inheritance transfers
- Medi-Cal consultation and planning
DeAnne E. Parker will work with you closely to ascertain your goals, wishes, family dynamics and other factors that will affect your decisions. She will provide you with the guidance you need to maximize your assets and protect your loved ones in the face of an uncertain future.
Take A Few Simple Steps
Estate planning may seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. We are here to make the process easy and stress-free, so you can put it behind you and gain peace of mind that your crucial plans are in place. To arrange a consultation with an experienced estate planning lawyer in Redding, contact our office online or call 530-242-6025.
At a minimum, you should have a will prepared by an experienced estate planning lawyer to simplify the distribution of assets and limit the involvement of probate courts. In addition, if the value of your estate exceeds $166,250, you will want to consider a Living Trust to avoid the expensive and lengthy process of probate. If you have children and/or a special needs child, there are important provisions to include in your estate plan to provide for their distribution and care. These are just some of the important estate planning issues that DeAnne E. Parker can address with you to achieve your desires for you, your loved ones and your assets.