Working With You To Draft The Right Will For Your Situation
You may be approaching retirement, or perhaps you just welcomed a child into the family and are starting to think about your future. If you do not currently have a will in place, this is a perfect time to create the documents you need to ensure that your family is protected.
At Gibson Law Offices, in Louisville, we have helped many Kentucky families prepare for the future. Our lawyer, Ken Gibson, will work side-by-side with you to draft the will you need to carry out your wishes. Ken has more than two decades of legal experience, and is a well-respected attorney among his peers and former clients.
Providing You Peace Of Mind
At our firm, we help ordinary people who want to make sure that they are taking care of their family in the event that they pass away unexpectedly. We take a very practical approach to your situation, and only prepare what we feel is absolutely necessary to accomplish your goals. Some of the issues that we help with in estate planning include:
- Reviewing the property you own to determine the best way of distributing it to loved ones
- Helping you determine the medical care you should receive in the event you become unable to make these choices on your own due to injury or illness
- Drafting your will, power of attorney, health care directive and any other documents you need for your estate plan
- Helping individuals probate the will of a loved one
If you already have a valid will in place, we recommend that you review the document to check if any updates are needed. You may have experienced recent changes to your family, such as the loss of a named beneficiary, a marriage or divorce, or the addition of a new child. Should you determine that you need to revise your current will, we can help you address those concerns as well.
Trust Us To Protect Your Family
Your family is depending upon you to provide them guidance at such a difficult time. We can help you create the document you need to help them understand your specific wishes. If you would like to discuss your will with our attorney, call our office at 502-403-2798 or send us an email to schedule your free consultation.