Estate / Probate

Let’s face it, life can throw us unexpected surprises. Though nobody likes to think about death, it’s unfortunately a guaranteed part of everybody’s life at some point. Because many things can go wrong after death, it’s always wise to plan ahead and ensure the distribution of your assets are executed the exact way you want.

Some people might decide to wait for later in life to start planning. But consulting with an experienced estate and probate attorney now can significantly put your mind at ease about your family’s future after you are gone. At Argos Legal Group, we help families plan by fighting to preserve their wishes and their assets.

Too many people, estate and probate planning may sometimes sound like fancy or complicated legal terms that are only reserved just for the wealthy. But in reality, it is really something so simple yet so exceptionally important that everyone regardless of their net worth needs to consider getting it done as soon as possible.

Settling an estate can cause conflict in many families, especially when terms are less favorable for some. An attorney helps reduce these tensions by facilitating a smoother process. At Argos Legal Group, we provide creative, dynamic and cost-effective legal services that fit all net worth situations that enable you to map out a solid plan.

After you’ve left this world, the last thing you want is to have your family go through a complicated and drawn-out legal battle to settle your estate. Knowing you have well planned for your their long-term financial security not only brings comfort, but also helps you live out your life with complete peace of mind.

    You’ve worked hard your entire life and can surely benefit from having an attorney look over your overall plan. The dedicated and compassionate team of Argos Legal Group helps you design a custom-fit estate and probate plan that ensures your every wish is carried out appropriately. Take the first step with a free consultation today!

    Estate Planning

    The right estate planning attorney ensures that the distribution of assets and after-death wishes of an individual are executed the exact way you have envisioned. If you’re unsure as to whether or not you need estate planning for yourself or your loved ones, then it’s best to seek the advice from an experienced estate planning attorney.

    Wills

    Not all estate planning involves death. Wills, living wills, power of attorney, and health care proxies are important devices that express how decisions are to be made in the event you are incapacitated and unable to make them for yourself. 

    Trusts

    Trusts are used to reduce large estate taxes, and to shield the transfer of assets from being part of the public record as an estate goes through the probate process. When choosing and forming a trust, you want an experienced estate planning attorney to help you ensure the best choice for you and your loved ones.

    Probate

    Settling an estate (probate) can cause conflict in many families, especially when terms are less favorable for some. An attorney helps reduce these tensions by facilitating a smoother process. At Argos Legal Group, we provide creative, dynamic and cost-effective legal services that fit all net worth situations that enable you to map out a solid plan

    Health Care Proxies

    Health care proxies legally names someone you trust as a proxy. This legal document gives specific rights and instructions regarding medical care that express your wishes in the event you are unable to speak for yourself. An experienced attorney analyzes your situation, and provides the necessary documents to ensure your every wish is carried out.

    Power of Attorney

    Not all estate planning involves death. Living wills, power of attorney, and health care proxies are important devices that express how decisions are to be made in the event you are incapacitated and unable to make them for yourself. An experienced estate planning attorney can analyze your situation, and provide the necessary documents to ensure your wishes are carried out.

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