Estate Planning Lawyer in Creek County & Tulsa County
Protect Your Legacy, Assets, and Loved Ones
There are so many facets involved in estate planning. The minute details
involved can often seem incredibly overwhelming, but with the right legal
representation from a skilled
Creek County estate planning lawyer, the process does not have to seem so daunting.
From wills, trusts, powers of attorney, prenuptial agreements, and other
valuable legal documents that express your future desires, G. Gene Thompson,
Attorney at Law can handle any number of estate planning issues. Estate
planning is legally defined as "the process of anticipating and arranging
for the disposal of an estate during your life." Attorney G. Gene
Thompson can be trusted to help you successfully navigate this difficult
terrain and protect your best interests.
Should you entrust your case to Attorney Thompson, you can be confident
that you will benefit from the following:
- Experience honed over 15 years in business management
- Cases handled in more than 40 counties in Oklahoma
- Ability to explain legal information in an understandable manner
- Personalized attention
- Full commitment to community and the people in it
What are the benefits of forming an estate plan?
It is common for people to be hesitant when it comes to creating an estate
plan. This is because they must consider what will happen to their hard-earned
assets and loved ones if they pass away or become incapacitated. While
estate planning can be a daunting task, you never know when an unexpected
event in life may occur. Having a thorough estate plan in effect could
protect your loved ones and assets. One of the primary benefits of an
estate plan is that it can help prevent your assets from having to be
probated once you are no longer around to care for your family. The probate
process can be one fraught with contention and bitterness, but with an
estate plan, you can successfully avoid it.
When you create an estate plan, you must include a variety of things:
- Instructions for passing on your valuables
- Care instructions in the event that you become disabled before you pass away
- Guardianship for your children
- Inheritance manager for your minor children
- Special provisions for family members with special needs
- Life insurance to provide for your family
- Long-term care, or disability benefits
- Provisions for the transfer of your business if you retire, become disabled, or die
- Plans to minimize tax liability
Gene highly suggests that his clients consistently update their estate
plans, when applicable. In instances of major life events, such as a marriage,
divorce, death, or adoption, considering a change in an estate plan will
be vital to ensuring that your loved ones receive the proper inheritance
once you pass away.
Contact G. Gene Thompson, Attorney at Law for Compassionate Counsel
Attorney Thompson recognizes that no two cases are alike. When an individual
begins working with him, he will get to know every detail surrounding
their case. He will make sure that the estate plan is an
exact reflection of the client's specific needs, wishes, and objectives. Mr. Thompson is very accessible, so if you have any concerns about your
estate plan, you can count on him to be
responsive to your needs.
While no one wants to think about their own mortality, it is very much
necessary. G. Gene Thompson, Attorney at Law, exclusively at Stinnett
Law, can walk you through this process in the most clear, straightforward,
and honest manner possible. He prides himself on ethical, thoughtful legal
representation and can be trusted to provide you with this level of world-class
service. Clients receive the
attentiveness of a solo attorney, combined with the support and effectiveness
of a large firm.
When it comes to the future protection of your loved ones and assets, it
is never too soon to begin planning. Don't wait until it is too late!
Contact G. Gene Thompson, Attorney at Law
schedule your initial consultation.