The Importance Of A Comprehensive Estate Plan

In an age of online do-it-yourself wills and estate plans, there is more reason than ever to work with an experienced team of lawyers to make sure your financial interests are protected. The laws become increasingly more complex with each passing year, causing significant risk of losing your assets if you try to create an estate plan on your own.

At Derryberry & Naifeh, LLP, our attorneys serves clients throughout the Oklahoma City area in all types of estate planning and probate matters. We can help you create a comprehensive estate plan.

What Is A Comprehensive Estate Plan?

Many law firms provide estate planning clients with only a few isolated documents for the transfer of wealth. Our attorneys know that each instrument in an estate plan will impact all of the other instruments. For an estate plan to do exactly what you want, all of the estate planning instruments needs to work together in concert.

We can help you create a plan that includes:

  • Will
  • Trust documents
  • Advance health care directive
  • Powers of attorney
  • Living wills

Creating Your Estate Plan

Your estate plan is extremely important. If you want to minimize tax penalties, transfer your wealth efficiently according to your wishes and establish your health care plans, make sure your lawyer has the experience to handle your needs effectively.

By taking the time to gain a full understanding of your financial situation and discuss your goals, our lawyers will create a comprehensive estate plan that will get through probate without problems and will distribute your wealth according to your wishes.

Work with an attorney from our firm to create a comprehensive estate plan that will meet your needs.

For A Free Consultation, Contact Derryberry & Naifeh, LLP

Do not create your estate plan alone or with an inexperienced lawyer. Schedule a consultation to discuss your estate planning goals with an attorney from our team by calling 405-708-6784 (866-661-0893 toll free) or by contacting us online today.