An Estate Plan Is A Journey, Not A Destination
Traditional estate planning is transaction-based — but at LifePath Law, APC, we believe estate planning is also about the journey, not just the destination. Our firm in Sacramento guides you through a path to your family’s security and peace of mind, helping you through every step of the journey. It is our goal to help you design a plan that not only looks after your loved ones, but one that does so in a way to preserve relationships and foster harmony during stressful times.
While we are able to offer stand-alone services, we feel that simply doesn’t do you justice. We want to talk through your needs and counsel you so you can meaningfully participate in the planning and execution of your estate.
We also offer a unique estate planning maintenance and update program, where a dedicated member of our team will update your documents annually for changes in your relationships or finances, and once every four years for changes in the law. This ensures that your estate plan will do what you want it to whenever you need it.
Helping You With Every Aspect Of Your Estate
Our firm’s primary concern is ensuring everything in your estate is in place and complete. We want the administration of your estate to be as painless as possible, putting an emphasis on your family’s protection and security. Our services often include:
- Trust-based estate plans, including any ancillary documents, such as pour over wills and powers of attorney
- Disability and incapacity planning
- Remarriage protection and blended family planning
- Business succession planning
- Generation-skipping and bloodline protection
- Noncitizen estate planning
- Conservatorships and guardianships
- Educational workshops
Together, we can meet your most important estate planning goals — from avoiding the costs of probate in California to ensuring your loved ones are taken care of after your passing. No matter what you want your estate plan to accomplish, we are here to help.
Familiar With The Complexities Of Blended Families
One of the biggest concerns in estate planning is what happens when you divorce and remarry. You may have children from a previous marriage, children from your current marriage, stepchildren and ex-spouses whom you want to include or not include in your plan. We are sensitive to the needs of blended families and are able to offer tailored estate planning solutions that protect the wishes of everyone involved.
Speak to an experienced estate lawyer today by calling 916-245-1398 for a complimentary phone consultation, or reach out online for more information on our services. We look forward to working with you to meet your and your family’s estate planning goals.