Vallejo Estate Planning Attorney Serving the San Francisco Bay Area
Estate Planning is about families, love and peace of mind. But many people think estate planning is just about money or assets. Of course, protecting your property and minimizing estate taxes are a big part of the process.
But when most clients come to my office, they talk about their personal relationships and wanting something in place so they can rest easy knowing their loved ones are taken care of properly. They talk about their uneasy relationship with their daughter-in-law, or their plan to remarry and desire to make sure their children get certain assets and won’t be cut off by their new spouse, or their grandson who isn’t mature enough to handle a large inheritance, or helping grandchildren with future college expenses, or helping a special needs child who receives government assistance, or their desire to leave money to a charity, church, or school.
Estate planning is really about people, family, and relationships. And, it’s about planning for, and coping with: change that will take place in your family 5, 10, 15 years down the road; changes to your health; changes to your financial situation; and changes in the law. Norbert U. Frost’s experience as an estate planning attorney can make sure your plan addresses these possibilities so your goals are accomplished and you and your family are protected.
As an estate planning attorney, Norbert U. Frost uses different strategies and tools to design and implement an estate plan that is right for you, including:
- Powers of Attorney
- Health Care Directives
- HIPAA Authorizations
- Family Limited Partnerships
- Minors’ Trusts
- Business Succession Planning
No matter what your estate planning needs are, you can benefit from working with an experienced estate planning attorney who will make sure that you have a plan that is crafted specifically for you and your family.
When you create a relationship with Norbert U. Frost as your trusted advisor, you have someone who can be your family’s personal lawyer. You can take comfort in knowing you have a plan in place to protect your loved ones, and you have access to the advice of a counselor to assist you during your lifetime and your family when you’re gone.
Call (707) 553-7356 or fill out the form on our Contact page to schedule your consultation. We look forward to meeting you.