Reliable Service For Wills, Trusts And Probate
The estate planning and probate lawyers of Revens, Revens, St. Pierre & Wyllie, P.C., offer comprehensive client service on all aspects of wills, trusts, estate administration and probate litigation. These legal areas can have important financial and personal implications. Therefore, we provide attentive and compassionate counsel.
Our clients come from all over Rhode Island; we also serve the needs of people from other states who find themselves responsible for the administration of a Rhode Island trust or decedent’s estate. Contact us to learn more about our estate planning and probate practice.
How A Basic Estate Plan Can Protect You And Your Family
Virtually every family stands to benefit from a basic estate plan. A last will and testament can specify the disposition of your assets when you’re gone. Durable powers of attorney allow you to name the people you’ll trust with your financial and medical treatment decisions if you’re unable to handle them yourself. A living will defines the circumstances under which further medical treatment or life support should be terminated in case of the most serious injuries or illnesses.
Our estate planning lawyers also advise clients about the full range of trust instruments available to meet many different personal, financial or charitable goals. Let us help you reduce exposure to taxation, address the future security of a vulnerable family member, plan for a management transition in a family business, protect your eligibility for Medicaid or set aside part of your estate for charity. We also assist clients who seek guardianship of a loved one.
Trust And Estate Administration For Local And Out-Of-State Clients
Many Rhode Island residents depend on our attorneys to advise them about the probate of wills, the administration of trusts, and the duties of an executor or personal representative in probate court. Our familiarity with Rhode Island probate procedures can demystify the estate administration process and help steer you clear of the mistakes that can run up expenses, delay distribution of assets and even expose you to liability.
As experienced probate lawyers, we also represent heirs, beneficiaries, executors, administrators and trustees in disputes over wills and trusts. In many cases, we can defuse a family dispute over inheritance or the terms of a will through negotiation or mediation. Whenever necessary, however, we can represent your interests in court.
Gain Informed Counsel For Your Estate Matter
To learn more about our estate planning and probate practice, call 401-329-0693 to contact an attorney at Revens, Revens, St. Pierre & Wyllie, P.C.. Our lawyers can help you resolve complex estate and asset cases.