Estate Planning is Peace of Mind.
A properly-prepared estate plan will bring peace of mind to you and your loved ones. Everyone needs to plan for their death or disability, and everyone can afford to plan with Clear Counsel Law Group.
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Last Will and Testament
A basic need for even the most simple situations.
Asset Protection Trusts
The strongest financial protection planning tool against external risks.
Revocable Living Trust
The best tool for ensuring your goals are achieved.
Special Needs Trust
Specifically for the benefit of disabled or mentally ill beneficiaries.
Clients and Legal Professionals Speak Out
I highly recommend Mr. Flake for estate planning and probate matters. He works hard to ensure his client's assets are protected and provides them with peace of mind for their future.
Clear Counsel was very professional, knowledgeable, and experienced. Mr Matt McArthur explained in detail the contents of every document presented to us. Mr Flake sincerely and honestly looked at our case even without an appointment. Everyone on the team worked sincerely and quickly to help us get moving along. Everyone answered our questions respectfully and honestly, and shared their legal experiences to enlighten our path. Everyone including the receptionist show much dedication to their work. I highly endorse employing this firm.
I cannot say enough good about this practice. Picking a good lawyer is like a lottery!!! Well if you pick this group, you won. From the moment I called with a question I was treated with the greatest respect. Made an appointment at my convenience, and met with Jordan Flake. He listened patiently, without giving me any feeling of being rushed. He told me his thoughts and allowed me to decide what I felt was best. It was done within a hour. And I left hoping to never him again but feeling very confident if I do. Finally finally a lawyer to trust. Thank You so very much to Jordan and the staff.
I have referred many clients to Clear Counsel over the years for estate planning in particular. I have always gotten extremely positive feedback from my clients, and I know Mr. Barlow and Mr. Flake to be extremely honest and hardworking attorneys.
Dustin Eric Birch
Learn More About Estate Planning
A will is an instrument that is meant to indicate how your property is to be distributed at the time of your death. A living trust, on the other hand can avoid probate, can plan for what to do with your assets even before your death, control your property after you are gone, and prevent your finances from becoming a matter of public record.
As you can see, an estate plan is far more powerful and flexible than a will. However, you may not even need one.
To find out for sure, speak with a good estate attorney who will know what kind of instrument is best.
Estate plans can help you avoid a large amount of estate taxes. However, the estate tax threshhold changes frequently so be sure to consult with a lawyer to see what kind of estate plan is appropriate for your unique situation.
Why get an estate plan?
If you fail to plan, you plan to fail. Failure to create an estate plan can give rise to the need for guardianship in the event of your incapacity during life or probate after your death. Probate and guardianship are legal proceedings that are time-consuming, expensive, and, worst of all, may lead to undesired outcomes for yourself and your estate. Don't stress! We'll be with you every step of the way.