When the time comes to make critical decisions for yourself or your loved ones, will you have a plan? Many people face the unexpected without will, trust, power of attorney or other critical estate planning tools established. It does not have to be that way.
By taking steps today to answer the critical, yet difficult, questions about your future, you can give yourself and your loved ones peace of mind. Contact me, attorney Michael Boske, for experienced counsel.
An Experienced Attorney Here to Help
As a long-standing Canton attorney, I help individuals and families across Ohio with complex estate planning and probate matters. My career includes successes in a wide range of practice areas, with experience in litigation that informs every part of my practice.
I value this litigation experience not because I am eager for a fight, but because I want to know I can protect my clients if it comes to that.
Pursuing Long-Term Solutions
Estate planning is no different. You need to think about potential conflicts and obstacles when you outline financing your long-term health care, deciding who will make decisions in the event of your incapacitation, and how to care of your loved ones when you're gone. Life will continue to change, and your estate plan should address the different issues that may arise as a result.
I can work with you to draft, review, amend and challenge a wide range of estate planning tools, including:
- Health care directives
- Powers of attorney
- Guardianships and conservatorships
- Special needs trusts
- Business succession planning
Tailoring Your Estate Plan to Your Individual Needs
Every family is different and requires strategic insight. If you are married with children, you might be more concerned about ensuring your assets and wealth are used to support them if something happens to you and your spouse. If you are approaching retirement age, you may be thinking about securing your assets in a trust to give yourself steady income and preserve your eligibility for benefits like social security and Medicare.
Handling the Challenges That Arise in Probate and Estate Administration
While it is best to have a secure plan in place, not everyone handles these legalities in time. If you are dealing with probate and estate administration, I can work with you to ensure you uphold your responsibilities as an estate executor. If you are a beneficiary who is concerned about how assets are being managed, I can work to protect your rights in the process.
Contact my office today to learn more about your options and take the next step. I am here to help. I can be reached online or by calling 330-455-6400 to set up an appointment.