Sunnyvale Estate Planning Lawyer
One-Stop-Shop for Everything Related to Estate Planning
If you’re wondering what will happen to your property upon your incapacitation or death, you might want to take the initiative to get your assets and property in order sooner rather than later. It helps protect your own peace of mind, as well as the future of your family. A solid estate plan provides security for your loved ones and gives you the certainty that your assets will be distributed the way you want them to be. No estate is too small or too large for our skilled attorney to execute a solid estate plan, but we recommend those who have children and/or a net worth exceeding $150,000 should highly consider hiring our Sunnyvale estate planning attorney to protect their best interests.
The Law Offices of Daniel L. DuRee offers several estate planning options, including:
- Pour-over wills
- Revocable living trusts
- Durable powers of attorney
- Advanced healthcare directives
- & more
What Are the Benefits of Having a Will, Trust, or Estate Planning?
Many are under the mistaken impression that having a will is sufficient to avoid probate, but this is not the case in California. Also, estate planning does much more than a will can do. An estate plan establishes your end-of-life legal concerns, including any long-term care planning or healthcare decisions you would not be able to make if you were to become incapacitated. By doing this, you save your kin from having to make emotional decisions and avoid familial friction when they decide “who gets what” from your estate. It’s never too early to learn more about estate planning and take control over what happens to your assets upon your incapacitation or death.
Our skilled Sunnyvale estate planning attorney has a sophisticated knowledge of the law, and knows how to draft enforceable wills, trusts, and more. He is also a detail-oriented professional who will ensure your beneficiaries receive your assets according to your wishes.
Contact ustoday at the Law Offices of Daniel L. DuRee by calling (855) 963-0987, or contact us online to schedule your free consultation.
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“I would definitely go back to Daniel for estate planning needs and will recommend him to others in the future.”- Bryan P.