Answers To Some Frequently Asked Questions
Do I Really Need An Attorney?
Starting a business, planning your estate and buying property are huge decisions that should not be made alone. Just as you may consult your family or spouse before moving forward, you should also consult a trusted attorney. An attorney is not just legal counsel; he or she is your advocate and can protect your interests and rights if any issues arise.
Why Do I Need A Will?
We know that estate planning is a difficult and often depressing subject to discuss. However, having a will in place can offer you peace of mind and ensure that your assets are properly distributed to your loved ones after your passing. Not having a will in place may lead to family disputes that could have been prevented. A lawyer can work with you to carefully plan your will and carry out your final wishes efficiently and effectively.
How Can I Provide For My Spouse And Children After I Am Gone?
Through the use of wills and living trusts, a balance can be reached to ensure your loved ones are well taken care of after you are gone. Whether your estate is large or small, with the help of an attorney you can create a proper estate plan that will leave your legacy to those you care about most.
Which Business Entity Should I Select?
By forming a business entity you can preserve your personal assets and gain added protection for your business. Deciding which entity to form depends mainly on the business structure and its purpose. Having an experienced attorney there to help can make forming a business an easy first step to take on your road to success.
I Am Renting Out Property. What Could Go Wrong?
Becoming a landlord and renting out property is a big responsibility. When giving someone the keys to a home or apartment you own, you are doing more than just collecting rent. You are giving them partial control of your property. Knowing your rights as a landlord and having well-written leases and contracts can protect your property and your livelihood. Stay well informed of landlord-tenant rights with the help of a real estate law attorney.
Knowledge To Answer All Your Questions
At Meyer & Meyer, LLP, we will use our 60 years of combined experience and knowledge to offer you exceptional legal advice. For effective solutions to your corporate, real estate and estate law concerns, call our office in Owensboro, Kentucky, at 270-215-2974 or contact us online today.