Protect your assets and plan for your future.
Ihrig Law Firm specializes in estate planning and complex asset management. Many people do not realize that everyone has an estate. Thus, estate plans are not only for the wealthiest individuals. Your home, car, life insurance, investments, personal possessions, savings, heirlooms and more all comprise your estate. Planning for your future and future generations secures your assets, giving you the control and needed peace of mind.
The basics of estate planning.
When building your estate plan, many factors need to be assessed and considered. Whether simple to intricate, each estate plan covers some basic needs:
1. Who – your desired people or organizations.
2. What – which assets you choose to give to whom.
3. When – at what time (date or age) are those assets distributed.
After the basics are determined, Ihrig Law Firm works to devise a custom plan that best suits your needs and the needs of those inheriting your estate. By proactively establishing an estate plan now, you help ensure the state recognizes your wishes upon your disability or death, easing the burden felt by your loved ones around you.
Expertise in complex asset management.
You have worked hard to achieve your lifestyle and assets. While you can’t take it with you when you are gone, you can ensure your hard earned assets go where you want. Working with some of the top financial advisers in the state, Ihrig Law Firm offers dynamic and multi-faceted approaches that securely transfer your estate. While state tax laws vary and are ever-changing, you can trust our team to stay educated on the latest techniques and best practices.
Do I need a will or a trust?
Many clients are unsure whether they need a will or a trust. The answer is…it depends on your personal situation. No one’s situation is exactly the same, meaning there is no single formula that works for everyone. Ihrig Law Firm attorneys are experts in listen to your unique circumstances and working with you to craft the best solution for your needs. For more information about determining whether a will or a trust is right for you, please contact us in Bartlesville at 918-338-4300 or Blackwell at 580-363-4300. You can also click here to read more information right now from the Oklahoma Bar Association.