Estate Planning Strategies For Your California Family's Future

A solid, personalized estate plan — the correct combination of a will, powers of attorney, health care directives, charitable giving, and one or more revocable or irrevocable trusts — can be your final gift to those most precious to you.

Your estate plan's many benefits include documentation for your explicit wishes on assets and property transferred to certain heirs; ease of administration by an experienced estate attorney, trustees and executor; and elimination of the need for any disputes in probate court that could prove stressful, expensive and time-consuming for survivors.

Seaman & Seaman, A Law Corporation in Gold River, has the lawyers who carefully guide you through the process — and to a finished product that promotes your peace of mind. During our legal team's more than 40 years of combined experience, we have assisted individuals, retirees, young families and business owners with estate plans that stand the test of time.

Effective Guidance, Personalized Service In Greater Sacramento

Estate plans contain useful legal tools that ensure a family's financial future, such as:

  • Wills, living wills and living trusts
  • Special needs trusts
  • IRA inheritance trusts
  • Durable and medical powers of attorney
  • Strategies for charitable giving
  • Agricultural and business succession planning
  • Methods of asset protection
  • Mitigation of taxation

Estate planning also serves to expedite the transfer of assets and property to the next generation quickly and efficiently, while limiting loss due to post-death administration expenses and tax exposure. Our law firm works hard to speed this process for a smooth transition when a loved one passes.

At Seaman & Seaman, A Law Corporation, we welcome the opportunity to discuss your estate planning objectives in an initial consultation at our Gold River, California, law offices. Please contact us from wherever you are in Rancho Cordova, Sacramento County, El Dorado County, Placer County or Yolo County. Call 916-913-5971. We always respond promptly to your email message.