Attorneys and Specialized Attorneys for Estate Law
Legal succession planning, drawing up wills and challenging wills
Financial aspects should not be put aside even when family relationships are close. As specialized attorneys for estate law, we stand by you giving our comprehensive legal support on issues concerning your estate. We can counsel you well on everything from writing a will to litigation using our expertise and experience in this field of law. We also have specialists from other law fields as well as business and politics at our disposal to support you in as many ways as possible.
Typical status quo regarding estate law
As specialist attorneys for estate law, clients ask us to represent them – day in and day out – and to provide assistance in asserting their interests vis-à-vis joint-heirs or the tax authorities. The main reason for such inquiries is the decedent´s lack of foresight concerning legal succession planning when alive. Consequently, the estate is distributed among the heirs as regulated by law.
However, it is important for lay persons to consider certain aspects, so that an estate attorney can help to assert their interests.
This may take the form of a positive arrangement of taxation of the estate since it is taxable by law.
Drawing up wills and succession planning
Would you like to be assured that your estate is passed on to the intended heirs without subsequent conflict? Then we will advise you, as specialized attorneys, concerning the necessary succession planning. We can take initial action early enough to assure that your wealth, preferably undiminished, is passed on to the intended heirs.
Creating a strategy for a tax-optimized estate is carried out exactly for this purpose, just as requesting that an attorney draw up your will is. We, of course, handle such matters with the utmost discretion in order to avoid any unnecessary conflicts during your lifetime.
Attorneys for estate law
Besides writing wills, contesting them is also a part of our range of legal services as specialized attorneys for estate law. Various factors can come into play here. The authenticity of the document can, for example, be rightly contested or the decedent signed the document although he/she was not longer legally competent – “sui juris”.
Should you doubt the authenticity of a will that was drawn up to your detriment, we will assist you with our experience and assert your interests.
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