– Law offices of Mark Warfel
We are a law firm that specializes in providing trusts for individuals and families and in turn security for yourself and loved ones.
Estate Planning For Everyone
We believe that our process of creating a trust to be the most comprehensive and professional solution available today for families and individuals of all backgrounds. Our estate planning questionnaire is designed to tailor your trust to fit your exact needs and situation, whilst only requiring an hour of your time to complete. We are able to gather the information needed to complete your trust in the comfort of your home, in our offices, or by telephone. Our motto, “Personal Attention by Caring Professionals” is highlighted throughout our estate planning process. Continue scrolling down for different estate planning services we offer.
Continue scrolling down for the different trust services we offer.
How Can We Help Get You A Trust?
Your Living (revocable) Trust for married couples. Each spouse also receives his or her own will, Durable Power of Attorney, Medical Directive, and more.
Your living (revocable) Trust for individuals. You also receive your will, Durable General Power of Attorney, Medical Power of Attorney, Medical Directive and more.
Webinars and Videos
We have a growing collection of videos that will help guide you and your family towards the future. We feature the webinar, Warfel’s Wonderful Estate Planning Adventure. This webinar includes interviews with priests, grievance counselors, emergency room doctors, nurses and more. It is a good chance to learn from those who have gone before you while you still can.
Questions And Answers About Trusts
What different trusts do you offer?
We offer Living (Revocable) Trusts and Pour-over Wills. No trust will look the same, as each person has a different situation and therefore each trust will be tailored to fit their needs specifically.
What is the general definition of a living revocable trust?
A revocable living trust is a popular estate planning tool that you can use to determine who will get your property when you die. Most living trusts are “revocable” because you can change them as your circumstances or wishes change. Revocable living trusts are “living” because you make them during your lifetime. Lawyers sometimes call this “inter vivos.” – https://www.nolo.com/
In what cases would you need one?
A person who owns property or has assets is likely to want a revocable trust. Those who need end of life care or are medically incapacitated would also want a trust with a durable power of attorney, health care directives, etc.
What are the first steps at getting a trust?
To begin, contact our offices by phone or email and schedule a consultation. During the consultation with Mr. Warfel, he will go through our formal estate planning questionnaire with you and begin to formulate your trust specific to your situation and needs. Next, you will gather any documents (ex. deeds) that will be placed in the trust. Once we have all the information we need, we will finalize your trust and mail it back to you. Then, you must notarize select pages of the trust to complete the process.
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