Estate Planning Attorney in the Sacramento Valley
– Providing Estate Planning Legal Service to Help Clients Prepare for the Future–
Estate Planning Protects Your Loved Ones
The Estate Planning Attorneys of Abrate & Olsen are here to assist you through every step of the Estate Plan Development Process. We offer you expert knowledge and years of experience developing a personalized Estate Plan providing you and your family peace of mind and security.
Without an Estate Plan, it may be difficult or even prevent you from making competent decisions for your own care. Decisions associated with establishing an Estate Plan can include the management of your assets, care for your children and loved ones, and personal health care desires.
Abrate and Olsen Law group offers Estate Planning services that are personalized to your situation. Here are the general Estate Planning Law Documents we offer:
- Trusts (Living Revocable Trust, Special Needs Trust, or a customized Trust)
- Power of Attorney
- Advanced Health Care Directives
- Probate Administration
- Limited and General Conservatorship
Estate Planning Legal Services
Through comprehensive, customized estate planning, Abrate & Olsen can help protect the future of your assets and those around you.
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What is an Estate Plan?
An estate plan is a collection of legal documents that describe your plans when you can no longer communicate them. This includes how you want your assets, including money and property, distributed and your desires for the care of yourself and your family.
Why is Estate Planning Important?
Proactively developing an Estate Plan has many benefits for you, your family, and loved ones. Our goals is to help guide you through the processes, going through the checklists, answering your questions and helping with the five core areas of Estate Planning for optimal benefits:
- Avoid Probate
- Affordable Cost
- Reducing Estate Taxes
- Specify How Assets are Distribute
- Planning for your Future Care and Need
“At Abrate & Olsen Law Group, our Estate Planning Attorneys have our clients’ needs as a personal and professional priority. You and your family deserve the best in the business and that’s what we deliver”
Abrate and Olsen Law Group have been managing our Estate Plan since 2015 and we are very pleased with their services. My wife and I thought Mike was very efficient and super easy to talk to whenever we had meetings. He is the best Sacramento estate planning attorney! No need to go to any other estate attorney. Highly recommended!
– Ben M., Galt, CA
Custom Individual & Specialized Estate Planning
The attorneys at the Abrate & Olsen Law Group have years of experience navigating estate and probate legal issues in the City of Sacramento and throughout Northern California.
Mike and Dan understand you and your family may have questions about starting an estate plan and there goal is to provide you with the proper personal attention and legal guidance you require to maintain your peace of mind.
Consult with the friendly, knowledgeable and experienced Estate Planning Attorneys at Abrate and Olsen Law Group, located in Sacramento. We are available to meet with you for a consultation to explain how these optional Trust and Will Estate Planning strategies may benefit you and your family. We are here for you.
California Super Lawyer Rising Star,Sacramento Estate Planning Attorney, Michael Abrate has helped hundreds of families plan their lives and futures with security and peace of mind through the creation and filing of a comprehensive Estate Plan.
You can entrust your Family’s Legacy to the expertise and experience of Michael G. Abrate of Abrate & Olsen Law.
Attorney Daniel L. Olsen has a proven track record with extensive expertise and experience providing Comprehensive Estate Planning Legal Services. You can entrust Your Family’s Legacy knowing Daniel will be there for you to help you secure your family’s assets and future for the long run.
Named to the National Top 100 Trial Lawyers in the nation and featured in Sacramento Magazine’s Top Attorneys, Attorney Daniel Olsen also practices criminal defense and business law, as a partner of the Abrate & Olsen Law Group.
The Estate Planning Process
Establishing an Estate Plan is an easy process with the help of our experienced Estate Planning Attorneys.
Please contact Abrate & Olsen Law Group for any further questions!
Step 1: Legal Consultation
First, meet with our experienced Estate Planning Attorneys so we can get to know you and answer any questions you may have. We will explain the Estate Planning process and determine if our services meet your needs.
Step 3: Review Your Estate Plan
After your Estate Plan has been drafted, our Estate Planning Attorneys will thoroughly review it with you and your loved ones to ensure your wishes are represented accurately. This will be the last time you can make any final adjustments before signing your Estate Plan.
Step 2: Draft Your Estate Plan
Our goal is to draft the most appropriate estate plan for you and your loved ones. Our Estate Planning Attorneys will explain the various documents that are included in an Estate Plan and help you determine which documents are best for your unique situation.
Step 4: Sign Your Estate Plan
Once your Estate Plan has been reviewed and you have made your final adjustments we will set up a time for you to sign your final Estate Plan in our office. You will need an ID so that the documents can be notarized. After signing your Estate Plan you should also make copies of your documents and provide them to trusted loved ones.
Estate Planning FAQ
When to start estate planning?
If you own a home, have children or dependents or have financial assets – now is the time to begin the estate planning process. Establishing an estate plan offers you and your loved ones “peace of mind” in the event of your untimely death.
Do I need an estate plan?
Having an estate plan in place directs the probate court to order the assets of any person who owns the property upon death, to be distributed as the individual desired. In the unfortunate circumstance where there is no will in place, the court will interject itself by the laws set forth by Interstate Succession for Estate Administration.
Should I hire an estate planning attorney?
Hiring an estate planning attorney ensures your finances and future are secured. Estate Planning Attorney Mike Abrate has been recognized as one of the 10 Best Estate Planning Attorneys in California for Client Satisfaction. Contact our office today for a consultation! (916) 550 – 2688
Mike was extremely helpful and professional in working with my wife and I in establishing our estate plan. As a family with three young kids, we want our children to be secure if any tragedy happens to us. We sat down with Mike and went over in detail what to do with my business and real estate holdings, and how they can be passed down to our kids. The process was smooth, and Mike took care of all of the paperwork for us. Very pleased with the service, and we feel very comfortable for our families future
– Bobby R., Sacramento, CA
4 Types of Power of Attorney
Having a Power of Attorney is one of the first steps of making decisions with your loved ones easier. A Power of Attorney is a legal form or forms that allows you to designate an attorney-in-fact who will act on your behalf under certain circumstances.
5 Benefits of Estate Planning
Taking the initiative to begin the estate planning process is an intelligent and logical process for pro-active individuals and families, no matter their current financial or health situation. With the assistance of an experienced law firm, the process can be straight forward and easily done.
Estate Planning Attorney Named 2019 Super Lawyer Rising Star
For the third consecutive year we are excited to announce Attorney Michael Abrate has been named a 2019 Super Lawyer Rising Star. In order to be considered for this elite recognition that recognizes only the top 2.5% of eligible lawyers, attorneys must first be nominated by their peers.
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