Wills & Trusts Attorney Rhode Island
Wills, trusts & health care powers of attorney
We have a wealth of experience in designing and implementing plans for people from all walks of life. Contact Rampino Law, Ltd. for all of your estate planning needs.
The hallmark of a good traditional estate plan is maintaining control. A client may say, “I want to control my assets while I am alive and well. I want someone of my choosing to take care of me and my family if I become disabled and when I pass away, I want to give what I want to whom I want, when I want with as little legal expense as possible.” We, at Rampino Law Associates, understand this and endeavor to make it happen in every case, where appropriate.*
* It is important to understand that many of the strategies utilized in long term care and Medicaid planning require relinquishment of control.
Wills & trusts lawyer in RI, estate plans
Estate plans include important documents that are meant to protect individuals, their loved ones, and their assets. Creating an estate plan is an important goal in life, since it may help protect you and your beneficiaries and avoid or minimize estate taxes on certain assets; and no one knows this more than us.
As respected estate planning lawyers in Rhode Island, we will discuss some of the most important aspects and processes of elder law, including the writing of a will, creation of trusts, life insurance, advanced health care directives, powers of attorney, among others. Each concept will be thoroughly explained, and we welcome questions, whether about estate taxes, living trusts, or estate plans in general.
Specifically, estate planning is not only about planning for what happens to your property when you pass away, but it is also about protecting yourself and your loved ones in the face of challenging circumstances, such as personal injury or incapacity. Our goal is to work together with you on a specific plan that is tailored to you, and make sure that your family and loved ones are protected financially if you become disabled, mentally incapacitated, or pass away.
Our firm routinely prepares wills, trusts, powers of attorney for financial matters, and health care advance directives for our clients. We help our clients design estate plans appropriate for their needs and explain how the documents will work for them wherever they live in Rhode Island.
If you do not have an estate plan right now, let us help you create one. Since it is an ongoing process that often changes, we will always be here to answer questions, go over the current plan, or change the plan based on any changes in your life. Our knowledge and experience with estate planning has made for many satisfied clients in Rhode Island. Contact us today, and let’s get started with your estate planning.