Wills, Trusts & Probate

Decidingwhat will happen to your home, financial assets, and personal possessions can be a difficult process. However, if you don't take the time to make these decisions now, a court may end up dividing your property for you.

Instead of leaving such important decisions to the courts you can get the assistance you need to make wise decisions concerning your estate by speaking with the Showalter Law Firm Wills & Probate lawyer, Dale Gibson.

At Showalter Law Firm, we are dedicated to helping you through every step of your estate planning and are prepared to assist you with:

  • Drafting a will
  • Creating a living trust
  • Creating education, retirement, and other trusts
  • Drawing up health care and general powers of attorney
  • Guardianship

The decisions you make regarding your estate determine how your property will be divided after your passing.

Probate refers to the method by which your estate is administered and processed through the legal system after you die.

The probate process helps you transfer your estate in an orderly and supervised manner according to law.

Many people think that probate applies to you only if you have a will, however that is incorrect. Your estate will be probated whether or not you have a will.

  • With a valid will: If you have a valid will, then your will determines how your estate is transferred during probate and to whom.

Be sure that your final wishes are carried out by contacting the Showalter Law Firm today or call 888-627-4042