California Estate Planning
With more than a decade of experience in estate planning, our team can help to ensure that you are prepared for the future by walking you through the entire process of developing and/or modifying the following:
Revocable Trusts: This document is a trust that can have provisions or that can be altered or canceled by the grantor or the originator of the trust.
Last Will and Testament: This document dictates how you would like your affairs handled and assets distributed upon your death.
Durable Power of Attorney: This document gives another individual the legal ability to act for you in financial and medical manners as you have defined.
Advanced Health Care Directive: Also called a living will or medical directive, an advanced health care directive specifies your wishes for end-of-life care. It also identifies who should make decisions about your health care on your behalf if you are unable to do so.
Property Transfers: A property transfer occurs upon the death of an individual based on whom the will stipulates should inherit the deceased individual’s property. It is the transfer of money or the ownership title of a piece of property, including a house or piece of land.
Keyes Law Group, PC strives to protect your best interests and the interests of your family and loved ones in every action that we take. Our work is designed to enforce and preserve your wishes, even if challenged in a court of law.
Call our office to meet with an estate planning attorney
At Keyes Law Group, PC, we can help you and your family plan for your future and your legacy. For estate planning clients, we offer free 60-minute consultations to learn more about your story and discuss your options. If you need a Silicon Valley estate planning attorney, call our office today to make an appointment.