Nebraska Power of Attorney Law Firm
A comprehensive estate plan can be the greatest gift you leave your family. No matter how old you are, having an estate plan in order can ease the burden on your family during a difficult time and help them prepare for the future. With a team of Omaha estate planning lawyers on your side, you can come up with terms and conditions tailored to your needs.
At the law offices of Kellogg and Palzer, we work with clients young and old across Nebraska, who are ready to prepare their estate and develop a plan that works for their family. Following changes in the law and the lives of our clients, we make sure our clients always have a plan that is up to date. We are ready to help you today and for years down the road.
What Do You Need in an Estate Plan?
Your estate plan should compliment your life, not complicate your life. Our team will work with your advisors to get a complete picture of your financial situation and long-term goals. By meeting with your financial advisors, insurance agents and other people who have helped you plan for the future, we will find the tools right for your estate plan:
- Last Will and Testament: In your Will, you will designate how you want your property to be divided. You will also appoint a personal representative to manage your estate and take care of these responsibilities.
- Durable power of attorney for property: If you experience a period of incapacity or disability, you need this document to allow someone else to make important financial and property related decisions for you.
- Durable power of attorney for health care: Also known as a living will, this document will allow you to designate someone who can make important health care decisions if you are no longer able to do so.
- Trusts: There are certain situations when a will does not adequately prepare for the division of property. If you have assets that exceed the Federal Tax Exemption, property in multiple states or other complicating factors, the right trust can allow you to maximize your gift to your beneficiaries and simplify the process for them.
Contact Kellogg & Palzer, P.C.
As a small firm that can still claim over six decades of estate planning experience, our firm can provide you with the personal touch and tested hand you are looking for when planning your estate. Handling all estate planning on a flat fee basis, we provide efficient counsel at reasonable costs. Call 402-333-9200 or contact us online today to learn more.