Estate Planning

  • Probate

    Probate, Will Contest and Estate Litigation Services What is Probate? Probate is the process by which an individual’s estate is administered after his or her

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  • Trusts

    Making Sure Your Assets are in Good Hands What are the Benefits of a Trust? Individual estates are administered by the courts through a process

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  • Wills

    Who Needs a Will? Everyone. If you have a spouse or children, own a home or property, or own any assets that you want passed

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Planning Ahead for Your Family and for Peace of Mind

We generally don’t like to think about our own deaths, let alone plan for them, but a little planning now can save a lot of strife when the inevitable happens.

By working with an estate planning attorney at Ascione Law you will gain peace of mind; knowing that the things you have worked so hard to provide for your family will be there for them when you are gone.

Protect Your Children by Assigning a Guardian

Who will take care of your children when you are gone? Don’t let the courts decide. Leave them in the care of someone you trust — to raise them the way you would. A lawyer at Ascione Law can help you appoint a guardian for your minor children in the event you should die before they are grown.

Who Will Make Decisions When You Can’t?

Most people have heard of a living will or a power of attorney for health care. In Utah, they are mandated to be combined into one document called an Advance Health Care Directive. There are specific questions that must be asked and answered. This allows you to name an “agent” who will make health care decisions for you when you cannot make them for yourself. It is also an opportunity to make specific guidelines to be followed by this agent.

Another power of attorney for financial and property assets is available. This can be arranged to take effect upon a specific life event or upon your incapacitation.

Let Us Begin Helping You Today

We are ready to help you gain the peace of mind that effective estate planning can give. Let our experienced estate planning attorneys assist you. Call 801-854-1200 or simply contact us online to schedule your free initial consultation.