LYMAN LAW OFFICE
Keith R. Lyman LLC
Wills, Trusts, Estate Planning
From Education to Implementation
Your Source of information on estate planning , wills, trusts and probate
By far the most popular estate planning tool, a revocable trust can provide for the management of your assets during lifetime and the administration of your estate upon your death.
Every estate plan should incorporate a Last Will and Testament. This document will identify your helrs and nominate someone to handle your estate.
Probate is the process of determining heirship and the validity of a Will, notifying and paying creditors, and distributing an estate.
It is vitally important to put into writing your wishes regarding end of life and to designate someone who you trust to carry out your health care wishes.
If an estate is small enough, it may be possible to by-pass the probate administration process. This is known as a simplified administration.
Estate planning can be difficult to understand. Not all of us have experience with wills, trusts, guardianships and probate and need guidance when confronted with those issues.
At Lyman Law Office, our goal is to provide you with information and explanation of these areas of law. Armed with this information, you can make an intelligent choice and move forward with confidence.
Frequently Asked Questions
What primary services do you offer?
We prepare estate plans that include wills, living trusts, financial powers of attorney, health care powers of attorney and living wills. We also file for guardianship and/or conservatorships as well as handle probate matters for those who have passed with or without a will.
How long have you been handling these types of cases?
We have been handling these cases for over 35 years.
What are the rates of your services?
Most of our services are handled on a flat fee basis. Those fees vary depending on the services being requested.
Do you charge for an initial consultation?
We offer both telephonic consultations and in-person consultations. All initial consultations are complimentary for 30 minutes.
How soon can I get started?
Telephone consultations can often be scheduled the same day. In-person consultations can be scheduled within 24 hours if necessary. CLICK HERE TO SCHEDULE TODAY!