Don’t Put it Off
We Make Probate & Estate Planning Simple and Affordable
Estate planning; something many families put off for years- some put it off until it’s too late. Putting just a few basic legal documents in place, like a Will and a Power of Attorney, can make life simpler for you and your loved ones during difficult times.
Our help with your Estate Plan will;
- Meet your needs
- Honor your wishes
- Take care of your family when you are no longer able
- Coordinate alongside your financial professional (accountant, financial planner, etc.)
- Be made compatible with you short and long-term goals.
Free initial consultations for estate planning (over the phone or in person).
We’ll present you with a range of reasonably-priced options to select from to best accomplish your goals. Many families can get by with a simple will. Others should consider setting up a trust for their children or grandchildren or a marital trust with their spouse. We also offer special needs trusts for families with relatives who rely on public assistance.
Not near Marysville? We can meet you virtually anywhere, by appointment, in Central Ohio:
- Union County
- Franklin County
- Marion County
- Delaware County
- Champaign County
- Madison County
- Hardin County
- Logan County and beyond.
Contact Eufinger Law Offices at 937-642-1819 to schedule an appointment today. We offer evening and weekend estate planning appointments at our Marysville office at no additional cost to you.
Probate Services We Offer
- Estate Administration
- Wills & Trusts
- Special Needs Trusts
- Powers of Attorney
- Living Wills
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is Estate Planning?
A: A basic estate plan usually contains at least four parts: a Last Will & Testament, a Health Care Power of Attorney, a General Durable (Financial) Power of Attorney, and a Living Will. More advanced estate planning may involve setting up a trust to provide for young adult or elderly relatives, family members with special needs, grandchildren, small business, tax planning or privacy concerns. The estate plan you put in place will guide who will take care of you when you are no longer able and what will happen to your property when you die.
Q: Why Do I Need A Will?
A: Even if you have little money or property at the time of your death, a simple Will can make life much easier for your loved ones. A simple Will can make your intent clear – thus avoiding family disputes – and provide authority for your executor to make decisions, settle debts, and otherwise administer your estate.