Estate Planning

What is Estate Planning?

Estate Planning is the process of determining who is in charge and what they are supposed to do if you become incapacitated or die. You may choose one or more individuals or a corporate fiduciary and name back-up trustees, agents under powers of attorney and personal representatives under a will. You can easily begin by making a no obligation appointment to meet with Attorney Kriger. He will look at your situation; help you define your objectives and advise you about how to achieve your objectives with proper legal documentation. Whether you’re planning to avoid guardianship proceedings in the event of incapacity or avoid probate upon death; Attorney Kriger will guide you through the legal ways you can accomplish your goals in establishing provisions for yourself while living and for your loved ones upon your death. Attorney Kriger has the requisite knowledge about all of the following to get you to your estate planning objectives and he will explain all of the following to you as applicable.

  • Trusts

  • Wills

  • Living Wills

  • Powers of attorney for asset management and health

  • Probate (guardianship and death probate)

  • Proper Beneficiary Designations

  • Proper Account Titles

  • Real Estate

  • Income, Estate and Gift Taxes (incl. IRA MRDs)

  • Choice and Organization of Business Entities

  • Business Succession

Peace of Mind

Attorney Kriger will make sure that you understand the estate planning issues you face and how his recommendations address those issues. Attorney Kriger has decades of experience in planning for individuals and families. He has successfully enabled clients achieve a smooth transition of authority so that court proceedings are avoided, administrative expense is minimized and loved ones are provided for. Mr. Kriger’s thorough analysis of your estate; advice as to the best means of addressing your concerns and excellent drafting skills will result in legal documentation designed to meet your needs and the needs of your family. Once that documentation is in place you will have the peace of mind knowing that if you or your spouse become incapacitated or either of you dies your affairs are in order.

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Contact Alvin H. Kriger

If you would like more information, please contact Alvin H. Kriger below. Please note that this information is strictly confidential and will only be used to respond to your inquiry.

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