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 A Client-Focused, Comprehensive View On Wills And Estate Planning

Wills, trusts, power of attorneys and health care advance directives have a role in every individual’s life and family and can help to accomplish the client’s life goals. Valsangiacomo, Detora & McQuesten, P.C.’s wills and estates practice involves meeting with you and understanding your wants and needs for your plan for the future. During this planning process, we factor in details specific to each client including:

  • Age
  • Family relationships
  • Property ownerships
  • Legal obligations

All of these can have a significant impact on the planning process.

Our plans are tailored to your specific goals. We explore multiple options and offer straightforward, honest advice on specific items if it is needed.

Guidance Through The Probate Process

The probate of estates is a process established by the state for the orderly transfer of assets, payment of bills or claims and distribution of assets in accordance with an individual’s will. In cases where a person dies without a will or trust, Vermont statutes provide a method for accomplishing post-death distributions.

Our firm has helped residents of Vermont not only figure out their plans for the future but our knowledge, experience and dedication to our clients has helped plan and preserve legacies for two generations, with many more on the horizon.

Protect Those Who Are Important To You

If you have children under 18 or a vulnerable adult is in your care, you likely worry about how they will be able to handle things in the event you are not around anymore. Because of that, it is crucial to make sure that you have a plan in place that benefits them and ensures they are taken care of in the years afterward. Our wills and estates practice includes arrangements created for the benefit of the living such as:

  • Trusts
  • Guardianships
  • Power of attorney
  • Health care advance directives
  • Health care power of attorney

Although similar patterns exist, everyone’s situation and need is different. We work to establish the appropriate and desired estate plan based on our discussions with you as well as your unique needs and wishes.

Get Started With Planning Your Will And Estate Today

There is never a bad time to start thinking about the future you have and planning on how to support your loved ones. Please reach out to our office at 802-304-4602 or send us a message regarding your will and estate, and we will get in touch with you and set a time to speak in detail about your situation.