Protect What Matters Most With a Will or Trust

Protect What Matters Most With a Will or Trust

Hire an estate planning law firm serving Delaware

Some things are too important to leave to chance-including your family's financial security if you die. If you don't create a will in Delaware, the division of your estate will be left to the state law, which may not be what you wish. Turn to Minster & Facciolo, LLC if you have questions about estate planning law. Your will, trust, and power of attorney will help you make decisions about your estate before it's too late.

A living will is used to make the decisions on what kind of medical treatment you want at the end stages of your life. A power of attorney is needed in order for someone to be able to handle financial affairs when you cannot. Make sure your family is properly cared for should something happen to you. Contact our estate planning law firm in Delaware now to schedule a consultation.

We'll account for every aspect of your estate

Your estate planning process will begin with an initial consultation. You and your will and trust attorney will discuss...

  • Your plans for your estate
  • The tax consequences of estate decisions
  • Your beneficiaries' or recipients individual needs

With David Facciolo 30 years of experience, you can either plan your estate with us or leave the entirety of the process to us. Either way, you'll have peace of mind knowing your family is protected. If your estate planning involves million's of dollars in assets we can refer to more advanced tax planners.

Depend on our thorough estate planning lawyers

In the event of your passing, you'll want to ensure that your loved ones are well cared for. Fortunately, the estate planning lawyers at Minster & Facciolo, LLC are here to help.

When you work with us, you can benefit from:

  • Personalized planning: We'll tailor a plan based on your beneficiaries' needs, your goals and any potential tax consequences.
  • Years of experience: With our estate planning lawyers on your side, you can navigate complex legal processes confidently.
  • Peace of Mind: Proper estate planning can help prevent disputes and ensure your loved one is provided for according to your wishes.

Reach out to our estate planning lawyers today to learn more about how we can help you establish a will, trust or power of attorney.