The experienced attorneys at The Law Offices of Brenton C. McWilliams can help guide you through the estate planning process in Foley, AL.
If you need help preparing a will or trust, reach out to the experienced team of estate planning lawyers at our law firm. We are an experienced team of attorneys here to help you plan your estate.
Foley, Alabama: Local Resources
Local Probate Court: Foley, AL
The probate process is a legal process initiated upon someone’s death. If there is a will, the probate court works to ensure assets are distributed per its wishes. Where there is no will, the probate court will determine asset distribution per Alabama intestacy laws.
In Foley, AL, the nearest probate office is located at…
Baldwin County Probate Office
201 E. Section Ave.
Foley, AL 36535
Foley Medical Facilities
Estate planning focuses on protecting your loved ones and assets for the “later” or after someone passes away. But it’s also important to protect your health now. If you need a check-up or help to manage health issues, be sure to check out some medical facilities in the Foley area.
Experienced Foley Estate Planning Attorneys
Drafting your will and establishing trust can be an emotional process. It’s not easy to think about what life will look like for your family after you are no longer here. But at The Law Offices of Brenton C. McWilliams in Foley, AL, we are experienced with estate planning. At our estate planning and elder law firm, trusted estate attorneys can help you plan your estate, safeguard your assets, and give you and your family peace of mind.
Our law office helps clients with estate planning and related practice areas:
- Will Probate
- Intestate Estate Administration
- Probate Estate Administration
- Summary Distribution
- Last Will & Testament
- Revocable Living Trust
- Power of Attorney
- Health Care Power of Attorney
- Beneficiary Designations
Our Foley Office Location
22394 Miflin Rd.
Foley, Alabama 36535
FAQ: Foley Estate Planning
Why do people prefer trusts over wills?
Because a trust survives the death of the person who created it, the settlor, it provides a means for transferring property without the need for an estate in probate court. Ask a Foley trust attorney if this is right for you.
What happens if I die without a will?
An Alabama statute specifies the people entitled to share in the estate and what portion of the estate they receive based on the surviving family members and their relationships. Schedule a consultation to prepare an estate plan designating your heirs rather than leaving it to the state to choose your heirs for you through intestate distribution.