As we move through life, there comes a time when we should take steps to protect ourselves, our loved ones, and our legacies. Although many people assume that estate planning is not necessary until much later in life, establishing or updating your estate plan is a good idea—especially after a significant life event has occurred (i.e., the birth of a child or grandchild). At Outhier & Caruthers PLLC, we are committed to working with each client to understand their estate planning goals. Together, we will put the necessary documents in place to ensure that your future remains as secure and bright as possible.
The Components of an Estate Plan in Oklahoma
An estate plan is not just one document that you need to complete. Rather, an estate plan encompasses a variety of legal documents, meaning it can be as simple or complex as you want. If you are thinking about creating an estate plan, we recommend starting with a last will and testament, creating an advance directive for health care, assigning a power of attorney, and establishing a trust to help your beneficiaries avoid probate after you are gone. We are here to help you explore your estate planning options, enabling you to put the necessary protections in place to keep your future and legacy protected.
Understanding Your Unique Estate Planning Needs
At Outhier & Caruthers PLLC, we recognize that every client is unique. Our estate planning services are tailored to address your specific needs and goals. We enjoy working with you to discuss your estate planning priorities as you plan for the future of you and your loved ones. We believe in providing our clients with the information they need to make informed decisions, so feel free to ask us questions as they arise. Our goal is to help you put protections in place to ensure that your wishes regarding your finances and health remain documented and respected, no matter what the future may hold. If you're ready to explore your estate planning options, please give us a call today to get started.