Planning For The Future
The best time for estate planning is right now. The sooner you have a plan in place, the more likely you are to properly protect your assets and ensure that your wishes will be fulfilled in any situation. Whether you’re young and single, just married, planning a family or nearing retirement, it’s always important to have an estate plan that defines your choices.
At the Sabin Law Office, PC, in Martinsville, we have helped Southside Virginians with wills, trusts, powers of attorney, health care directives, guardianship and other important decisions to protect their rights, their assets and their families.
Defining Your Wishes, Protecting Your Family
A will or trust can protect your property and outline how to share it with friends and family. A simple document created early in your life can be updated as your life changes, and new plans can be created at any point. No matter where you are in life, it’s important to have a plan that protects you.
For older individuals and those with declining health, it’s important to make sure you have the right people making decisions. Powers of attorney can instill an executor to make decisions only when you’re unable, and medical directives provide an understanding of your treatment preferences.
Custom Service For Your Unique Needs
Heath L. Sabin is an attorney who is dedicated to helping Virginians understand and protect their legal rights. He’s experienced in many facets of the law, including family concerns and criminal defense, and he personally meets with his clients to make sure that they’re not only getting the help they need, but that they also understand their legal rights in any situation.
We’ll work with you to explain how estate plans work so you can find the right plan for you and establish security for your property in your lifetime and beyond. An estate plan protects your assets, and it simplifies the probate process for your loved ones later, making sure that your wishes are carried out and your loved ones are protected.
Helping You Plan Ahead
Call us at 276-226-4356 to schedule a meeting with a lawyer today, or email us and we’ll get back to you with more information about setting up an estate plan. Let us give you direction for your legal needs.