Healy & McCann, PC

September 2019 Archives

Planning your estate when you don't have children

If you don't have children and you don't intend to have children in the future, it's particularly important to plan your estate. This is because if you do not create an estate plan, your estate may be distributed to unintended beneficiaries. Potentially, your estate could be inherited by distant relatives that you do not even know.

A comparison of wills and trusts

It isn't uncommon for Oregon residents to have both a will and a trust as part of their estate plan. Typically, the majority of assets will be controlled by either a will or a trust. By putting assets in a trust, it may be possible for an estate to avoid going through probate. This can be beneficial for those who want to protect their privacy or minimize the chances of someone challenging some or all of an estate plan.

Put Your Case In The Hands Of Experienced Lawyers Who Care. Call 541-248-1440 Today.
EMAIL US FOR A RESPONSE

Questions? Let Us Provide Answers

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information
disclaimer.

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.

close

Privacy Policy

Healy & McCann, PC
201 First Avenue West
Albany, OR 97321

Phone: 541-248-1440
Phone: 541-926-5504
Fax: 541-926-7167
Albany Law Office Map

We greatly value your feedback.
Please leave us a review.

Review Us