Secure Your Family’s Future Through Effective Estate Planning
You may be among the millions of Americans who think they don’t need an estate plan. But the truth is that you do.
If you have any assets you wish to protect or any loved ones you want to help, then estate planning is right for you.
Matthew Carucci, Esq., helps clients throughout Delaware create estate plans that minimize tax obligations, minimize or eliminate the need for probate, reduce the risk of disagreements/litigation among heirs, and ensure that their final wishes are documented and carried out.
Matt has helped countless clients find peace of mind and he can help you, too.
You Need A Guide Through The Estate Planning Process
Your estate plan can and should be customized to fit your unique needs and family circumstances. While each plan will look different, most Delaware estate plans contain many of the following:
- A will
- A designated personal representative for the estate (executor)
- One or more trusts
- A living will (listing your medical treatment preferences in the event of incapacity)
- A designated health care agent (sometimes called a health care proxy)
- Designated durable powers of attorney
The foundation of any estate plan is the will in combination with one or more trusts. Read about these in greater detail on the Wills and Trusts page.
Experienced Representation In Probate And Estate Administration
If you’ve been designated to oversee a loved one’s estate, you may be struggling with how to proceed once that person has passed away. Matt understands how difficult this time can be, especially when grieving a loss.
Matt can help you fulfill all duties as estate executor and guide you through probate or estate administration efficiently and effectively.
When possible, he will take care of tasks on your behalf, leaving you free to focus on supporting family and friends in their time of need.
Get Started With A Free Initial Consultation
Confused how to probate a loved one’s estate? Get the help you need. Matthew Carucci, Esq., offers free initial consultations so that you can discuss your needs and goals with an experienced attorney. He will guide and support you through the process, giving you the peace of mind you deserve.