When it comes to your estate plan, you can build a strong foundation with a combination of the trust & wills. Both serve their own purpose and depending on your goals, will determine how you will use them. At Parry & Parry P.C. and Parry Title Company P.C. , we work hard to provide our clients with the personal service they need. With our combined experience in the legal side of estate planning and knowledge of the process, we are capable of answering any questions you may have.
Our attorneys can assist with all types of trusts, including:
- Revocable trusts and irrevocable trusts
- Living Trusts
- Testamentary trusts
- Irrevocable Life Insurance trusts ( ILITS)
- Assets Protections Trusts
- Special need trusts
- Complex and simple wills
- Powers of attorney
- Living wills
- Charitable trusts
- Irrevocable trusts
- Family Trusts
- Succession Planning
Parry & Parry, P.C., can assist you in?arranging for the management and disposition of your estate before and after your death.? Wills are legal documents in which a person may direct a disposition of his or her property to take effect after death. As part of the estate planning process, Trusts are also often used.? A Trust is an arrangement where property is transferred with the intention that another person (the trustee) administers the property for another person?s benefit (the beneficiary).? Our attorneys can assist you with drafting your Last Will and Testament, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, Medical Directives and Beneficiary Designations.? We make certain that all pertinent clauses are included and tailored to your needs.? We prepare documents such as, but not limited to, Revocable Trusts, Irrevocable Trusts, Life Insurance Trusts, Special Need Trusts, and other types of Trusts, complex and simple Wills, Powers of Attorney, and Living Wills.? We can provide you with counsel on matters related to guardianship and conservatorships.????
Probate is the legal process to conclude all your legal and financial matters after your death. Essentially, probate is the process by which a court distributes your estate. ??The probate process includes such matters as proving that a deceased person’s will is valid, identifying and inventorying the deceased person’s property, appraising the property and assets of the decedent, paying the decedent?s debts and taxes, and distributing the remaining property as the Will (or pursuant to state law if the decedent dies without a Will) directs.? Parry and Parry PC can mentor the legal representatives and beneficiaries of an estate?on how to settle all of the final affairs of the deceased person.