Oregon Estate Planning And Wills
A will is a document that provides specific instructions as to how your personal estate should be distributed in the event you die. A person who dies without a will is said to die "intestate." In this circumstance, Oregon law controls how your belongings would be distributed. These are known as the laws of "intestate succession." Depending on your family structure and personal wishes, these laws may very well distribute your estate in ways that you did not intend.
By planning ahead with a will, you can help insure that your wishes are carried out in the event of your death. Our firm can discuss your specific goals, and discuss which options will be the most appropriate for your family.
How we help our clients plan:
Our clients appreciate that we have established a flat-fee structure for our estate planning services. This allows each client to ask as many questions, make as many revisions, and meet with us as often as necessary to ensure that their estate plan is exactly as they wish. View our standard packages here: Our Estate Planning Fee Structure
Prior to meeting with our attorneys, it is helpful for potential clients to review and complete our estate planning questionnaire: Our Estate Planning Questionnaire - Client Information Sheet