Heritage Law provides comprehensive estate planning services unique to your needs to the entire city of Lincoln, Nebraska. With nearly a decade of experience, we can create a customized estate plan that will ensure your wealth and assets are protected when you pass away.
We provide the highest level of care and we do not charge for consultations. We would love to chat and see how we can protect your estate today!
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If you pass away without an estate plan it can be a very hard, frustrating, and time-consuming issue for your family to navigate.
There are really simple solutions that can prevent huge headaches down the road and make things easier, quicker, and smoother for your loved ones. It also doesn’t have to cost a lot of money, there are simple tools that can solve really big problems.
Estate planning is not something you should put off until tomorrow or next week. It’s never too early, or too late, for your family and loved ones to have a plan in place regarding your estate during times of crisis. We help clients with wills & trusts, probate administration, asset protection, and more.
The law firm of Heritage Law has been helping people from the Lincoln Nebraska area protect their estate and save their family from extra worry during a time of high stress.
When you hear the term “estate planning” what do you think of? Do you picture incredibly wealthy individuals who have their financial affairs in order and are ready for any possible scenario that life could throw at them? You might be surprised to learn that estate planning is just as important, if not more so, for people with middle-class incomes.
An estate plan is a set of instructions that tells your family, friends, and loved ones what you would like to happen with your assets—your home, car(s), bank accounts, investments, insurance policies—and any other property or possessions after your death. It also can include funeral wishes as well as the designation of a guardian for your children.
If you have young children, an estate plan can include instructions about where they will live, who will take care of them, and what type of education or religious upbringing they should receive. If you are single without minor children, but have elderly parents living in another state, your plan could help care for them after your passing.
A plan can be as simple or as complicated as you want—and even changed after a period of reflection. The most important thing is that it gives people peace of mind, knowing their wishes will be followed when they are no longer around.
We work with all types of people from a wide range of backgrounds, and we always provide personalized service to help you meet your goals.
Our lawyers will listen attentively to what is most important to you and design a plan that fits within your budget. We believe that estate planning should not be a massive headache for our clients.
We take pride in our services more than anything else. We understand that this is a very difficult time for you and your family, so let us handle the heavy lifting. We make sure everything runs smoothly from beginning to end
Sometimes, clients come in with false assumptions about their options. Our advice is always based on our many years of experience working with individuals just like yourself.
We do not charge for meetings or phone calls, which our clients love. We also do not run an hourly rate based on different estate planning needs. We work on flat fees and we do not add on extra hours to your bill because we believe your financial protection is what matters most.
We work one on one with all of our clients and encourage open and continuous communication to address anything that might come up. We have a reputation for being easy to talk to and work with. We always strive to find the best possible outcome for your situation, while also fulfilling our duties as an experienced legal representative.
Do you have a plan in place for what happens to your assets when you pass away? Do the people who will be responsible for taking care of any minor children know their roles and responsibilities during times of crisis?
If not, it’s time to meet with an estate planning attorney. Our attorneys can help put together an estate plan that provides for your loved ones during times of crisis, or something you can bequeath to someone special.
For a free consultation please fill out our contact form. We do not charge for consultations and we would love to see how we can protect your estate today!