Estate planning is a critical process that individuals and families in New York should consider to protect their assets and dependents in the event of their incapacity or death. The Parker Law Firm, led by experienced attorney David Parker, provides estate planning services to clients in New York. With over two decades of experience, David Parker can help clients create the necessary documents to control the management and distribution of their assets, appoint trusted individuals to make important financial and medical decisions, and avoid the probate process.
Creating a last will and testament is a crucial document in estate planning. Without a will, the New York court system will distribute the assets according to predetermined rules, which may not align with the individual's wishes. However, a will alone cannot prevent the estate from entering probate court. To avoid this, David Parker can help clients establish trusts for asset management, such as revocable and irrevocable trusts. A revocable living trust ensures that beneficiaries receive their inheritances automatically and privately, without the need to go to court.
In addition to wills and trusts, the Parker Law Firm can help clients create powers of attorney to appoint specific individuals to make financial decisions on their behalf if they become unable to do so themselves. The firm can also assist clients in preparing healthcare proxies to ensure their medical care aligns with their preferences if they become incapacitated.
The Parker Law Firm provides tailored estate planning services to clients in New York. Attorney David Parker listens carefully to clients' needs and concerns to create an estate plan that suits their individual situation. Clients can schedule a free 15-minute discovery call to learn more about the estate planning services offered by the Parker Law Firm. With the help of the Parker Law Firm, clients can ensure that their assets and dependents are protected according to their wishes, providing peace of mind for themselves and their loved ones.