Salt Lake City Utah Estate Planning Attorney
The proper preparation and construction of your estate plan can bring you peace of mind knowing that your wishes for your family will be fulfilled. Estate planning also helps to protect you and your family from
creditors and liabilities.
At Salcido Law Firm, we are dedicated to really getting to know our clients wishes for their estates and transforming those desires into realities. Our recommendations for our client’s estate plans are tailored to reflect their personal goals and needs. A Utah estate planning attorney at Salcido Law Firm is your best option for protecting your assets and your family.
Basic Estate Planning Documents
Most basic estate plans include the following documents:
A Utah estate planning attorney at our law office can provide you more detailed and personalized legal advise on these documents.
In addition to our basic estate planning services, we offer advanced asset protection plans for individuals and business owners. For more information, see our asset protection page or speak to one of our Salt Lake City Utah asset protection lawyers today.
Schedule a Time to Meet with Us
If you are considering having a will or trust drafted up or have other estate planning needs, give a Utah estate planning attorney a call to set up a time when you can meet with us. We will be able to provide you with a good idea on what type of estate plan your specific circumstances will need. You can also take the time to ask any questions you may have concerning your assets and how you can best protect those assets. We understand that you have spent a great amount of time building what you have and you deserve to protect the fruits of your hard earned work. Call anytime at 801.413.1753 or toll free at 888.337.3235. Or contact us by email.
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