Estate Planning

Your Story, Your Estate, Our Expertise

Without an estate plan, your assets and property face uncertainty after you’re gone, leaving your loved ones in limbo and your family overwhelmed by the unknown.

At HWK Law Group, our seasoned estate planning attorneys understand the importance of a comprehensive estate plan. We meticulously craft personalized solutions that align with your family’s objectives while emphasizing tax efficiency and asset preservation.

Our approach entails evaluating each client’s unique situation to create a tailored estate plan, providing you with the peace of mind that your wishes will be honored. Our detail-oriented attorneys have extensive experience providing counsel and drafting documents including:

  • Last Will & Testaments
  • Financial Powers of Attorney
  • Advance Directive for Health Care
  • Revocable Living Trusts (RLTs)
  • Asset Protection Trusts
  • Life Insurance Trusts (ILITs)
  • Special Needs Trusts (SNTs)
  • Trusts for Spouses and Children
  • Charitable Trusts

Navigating estate planning can be intricate, as there are often numerous paths to consider. At HWK Law Group, our skilled attorneys are ready to collaborate with you in identifying the best-fitting solution for your specific estate planning requirements. Your peace of mind is our priority.

Estate Planning Timeline

Preparing and planning to protect your hard-earned assets require more than just legal expertise; it demands a people-first approach.

Here’s what to expect when you work with us!

01 - Client Engagement & Consultation

Discuss your goals, concerns, and current financial situation and gather details about your assets, family structure, and any special considerations.

Sign engagement letter.

02 - Two to Four Weeks Post-Engagement

We draft the estate planning documents based on your preferences and goals.

Review, finalize, and sign documents.

03 - In the 30 Days Post-Signing

Depending on the specifics of your plan, complete any beneficiary changes and/or asset retitling.

Complete final steps.

04 - Ongoing Relationship/Keep in Touch

It’s important to review your estate plan periodically to ensure it remains up-to-date with any changes in your life. Keep in touch!