Estate Planning

Protect Your Future with Comprehensive Nebraska Estate Planning

Your most important decisions – those that will determine actions regarding your family’s financial future and your health care wishes – should be made now. Leaving detailed instructions ensures that your wishes will be carried out when you can no longer express them. Regardless of whether you have substantial or modest assets, own a large or small estate, creating an estate plan is important. It is a responsible choice that will provide for the needs of you and your loved ones. Proper estate planning can save you and your family money, time and stress, both now and in the future.

At the Lincoln, Nebraska law firm of Cada Law, we help people throughout the state with a wide range of estate planning needs. Our experienced lawyers can help you create wills, trusts and other documents that are designed to protect your needs, explain your wishes and give you peace of mind about the future. Our firm offers reasonable rates – including will preparation as low as $100 – that will help you plan your financial future without breaking your budget today. Do not trust your family’s financial future to some cookie-cutter, boilerplate form; have an experienced estate planning attorney prepare one that will stand up in court and is personalized to your needs.

We also assist clients with the administration and probate of an estate, ensuring that the wishes of their loved ones are followed.

Estate Planning Tools

The attorneys at Cada Law are available to help you with the planning and drafting of many estate planning documents, including:

  • Wills
  • Trusts
  • Power of attorney
  • Health care directives
  • Living wills
  • Child guardianships
  • Charitable gifts

An estate plan that is properly designed will help you prepare for a disability and provide instructions for your care. It helps avoid probate, keep your financial information confidential and help you retain control of how your property is distributed. It should also be flexible enough to account for life changes, such as relocation to another state.

Let Us Help You Set Up Your Estate Plan Today

There are many factors to need to be taken into account when drafting a comprehensive estate plan, including tax implications and legal considerations, along with your wishes and best interests. These questions require responsible and informed answers, answers that our attorneys can help you make with confidence.

Contact us to learn more information about your rights and options in estate planning. Call our Lincoln office for a free consultation at 402-477-2233 or toll free at 888-546-2232 and get the help you need.

Download Last Will and Testament Worksheet.

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Effective March 1, 2012