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 Estate Planning 

Estate planning is one of the most important things you can do for your loved ones. However, it is a task that many individual will ignore and put off dealing with. It is never too early to begin planning.


Do you have an estate plan that will help your family in the event of death or upon incapacity? If you haven’t considered it yet, it’s time you do it for the sake of your loved ones. 


The Law Offices of Debra J. Burdette, A Professional Law Corporation offers sophisticated and comprehensive estate planning legal services for families of all sizes and wealth. It is beneficial to have the basic estate planning documents such as a power of attorney, Will, Trust, a medical directive, etc. 


What is Estate Planning


Estate Planning in simple terms is planning for the estate. It is the process of collecting legal documents and preparation of tasks that serve to manage a person’s assets in the event of uncertainty like death or incapacitation.


Estate Planning is not only for the rich or wealthy, and having it in place allows you to assign assets to your loved ones, reduces taxes on what you leave behind, minimizes family strife, protects beneficiaries, and more.


If you want your family and your assets protected when you can’t do it anymore, you will need an estate plan.


Plan Your Estate & Keep Your Loved Ones Protected


We understand this can be a sensitive matter, but planning will help alleviate much needed decisions due to uncertain events such as death or incapacitation. At the Law Offices of Debra J. Burdette, A Professional Law Corporation we help you prepare for life in a proper manner so you have peace of mind.


With our combined experience and extensive legal knowledge, we understand that every client is different, and so are their requirements. Thus, we focus on hearing them first, understand their unique needs, and then offer the right estate planning solutions. 


Get in Touch With us Today


We will help you prepare a strategic estate plan catered to you that includes wills, living trusts, limited partnerships, asset protection needs.

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