Experienced Estate Planning
Estate planning is an extremely important tool in ensuring the security of you and your loved ones in the event of your disability or death. With a good estate plan, you can dictate the division of the assets you’ve worked so hard for, ensure that you have financial stability in the event you are disabled, and secure the future of your loved ones.
Martial E. Henault, of the Law Offices of Martial E. Henault, P.C., has been helping clients develop comprehensive and detailed estate plans for more than 30 years.
Mr. Henault takes a personal approach to every case regardless of whether it is basic or extremely complicated. He is well versed in the ins and outs of estate planning for individuals and couples, regardless of the size of the estate, and provides comprehensive protection for your assets.
Comprehensive Estate Planning
Ensuring the financial security of your loved ones after you are disabled or deceased takes detailed planning. Martial E. Henault offers comprehensive estate planning preparation of all necessary documents and guidance on procedures including:
- Wills and Trusts
- Powers of Attorney
- Health Care Advance Directives (living wills)
- Trust/Probate Administration and disputes
- Taxation minimization
- Probate avoidance
- Business Succession Planning
- Disability Planning
Mr. Henault is able to create estate planning documents varying from a very basic set of documents to the most complicated trusts and wills for high net worth clients. His goal is to provide straight forward documents for clients looking to secure assets for loved ones in the event of a disability or death. This work in disability/death planning over the years has relieved great stress and offered protection and peace of mind for his clients.
Mr. Henault takes the time to understand your estate planning needs. His practice is focused on getting your estate plan right for your individual circumstances. He spends a great deal of time tailoring plans to your needs in an effort to avoid tax consequences, court involvement in the event of disability or death, and trust or probate litigation in the future.