Many of our clients come to us with a variety of questions once they have received a contract or other type of legal document. Others require guidance when they wish to protect themselves from future litigation or disputes. If you have found yourself in need of an attorney, or need help with estate planning and probate matters, we would be happy to assist. Our team at McCathern focuses our efforts on these specific areas of the law, allowing us to hone our skills and experience.
There are many steps required to build a new business, including entity structure, tax planning, and protection from liability in the future. We can assist you to take all of the necessary steps to give you the best chance of success.
Your estate plan will need to be customized for your family's needs. This may include a will, trusts, transferring of assets, tax planning, and details of what will happen to your kids if you get hurt or pass away.
Yes. Tax planning is one of our areas of focus. We can help ensure you have a plan in place to protect your finances and address the tax burden that your estate might face when you pass away.
It is often necessary to engage the probate court when handling a person's estate once they have passed away. If a person dies without a will in place, probate is used to decide who will receive what. When a will is in place, probate determines if the will is valid. The probate court also grants the necessary authority for the executor or administrator to conduct business on behalf of the estate. That authority is regularly required by banks, mortgage companies, creditors, and other such entities, for the purpose of settling estate matters.
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