Estate planning can be a daunting task for many. We take the guess work out of estate planning by explaining the documents that create an estate plan, their function and why you need them (or may not need them).
You are your greatest asset when it comes to your family, not simply the wealth you created. Through estate planning, Regent Law will help you protect your children, you wealth and yourself.
Our clients are families and business owners, like you.
Who we represent:
Traditional Families: Parents who are raising their children together. We can answer the question of what would happen to your children if something happened to you.
Single Parent Families: Moms and Dads living on their own have special needs when it comes to planning and protection for their children. Whether there is a co-parent present or not, single parents need to understand what could happen in an emergency. We can make sure you have the information you need to make a plan you are comfortable with.
Blended Families: Blended families with children that are yours, mine and ours require additional intention when creating an estate plan. Often times, additional marital and property agreements are required to insure that all the children are cared for as well as the spouses.
Families with Special Needs Kids: If you have a child with special needs who may require assistance in the future, you need to have an estate plan that fully considers the unique situation of your family. We can help you make the best decision to provide for the future of all your children.
Multi-Generational Families: Do you have a family where multiple generations live under the same roof? Your home is fun and full of love and requires special consideration for grandparents, parents, children and beyond.
Non-traditional Families: Moms and moms, dads and dads, moms and dads – your family structure may be non-traditional and special care needs to be taken to make sure all of your rights are protected. We can help you determine the most effective protections available and put a plan in place so you never have to worry about being lost in the fray.
Business Owners: If you own a business, it is important to consider what will happen to that business if you are unable to manage the day to day operations. Your business needs an estate plan too, only this one is a business succession plan. We can help strategize the best way to protect your business, your employees and your partners.
Call (810) 234-8357 or email for your consultation today.