HESKETT & HESKETT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW
BARTLESVILLE ESTATE PLANNING ATTORNEY
ESTATE PLANNING ATTORNEY
Our attorneys and staff have decades of estate planning experience. We represent clients and their estate planning needs in Bartlesville, Pawhuska, Nowata and surrounding communities. Understanding the complexities of estate planning helps us make the right recommendations for our client.
Let’s discuss your specific situation and goals. Scheduling an initial consultation is simple and fast. Simply give us a call or request your appointment from our website. Heskett & Heskett wants to be your choice for estate planning services in Bartlesville and surrounding cities.
WHEN SHOULD I START PLANNING?
If you’re working, own property or may leave a spouse or children behind after a sudden death, the answer is now! It’s important to plan and prepare for surprises. Preparing your estate in case of death is no different. There are a few factors to consider to determine the specific requirements necessary for appropriate estate planning. We can help guide you through the planning process. Let our experience work for you. A few factors to consider are:
- Take stock of all your assets (investments, bank accounts, business interests, retirement accounts, insurance policies, real estate and personal property)
- Who would be the decision maker?
- What estate planning methods that have the best tax implications?
- Who is granted guardianship?
These are some of the questions you should ask yourself when planning your estate. In the even that you should become incapacitated, you can also direct your method of care. You will need the skills of an experienced estate and probate attorney. Heskett and Heskett can help. Your attorney can even act as the executor of your estate to help track down heirs, distribute assets, and settle any debts. With nearly half of Americans dying without even having a will in place, Heskett and Heskett can help you protect the legacy that you have worked so hard to build.
Estate planning is easily neglected. Uncomfortable questions make the process easy to put off until a later date. Most people don’t have a will. Many people have virtually zero plans in place in case of a sudden death.
We make estate planning simple for our clients.