Washington, D.C., Wills & Trusts Lawyer
Great Falls Estate Planning Attorney
Wills and trusts are estate planning tools that help individuals protect their assets, their families and their legacy. Boring & Pilger, P.C., provides clients with decades of experience in drafting wills, trusts and other estate documents. Since 1981, the firm has assisted clients in making responsible choices in accordance with their goals and wishes.
By working with an experienced estate planning firm, it is often possible to minimize tax consequences, prepare for a business’ succession, and avoid probate. The use of trusts can set limitations on children's ability to access money left to them and can also have important decisions carried out in the manner that you choose.
To speak with an experienced Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C., wills and trusts lawyer, contact Boring & Pilger, P.C..
Comprehensive Will Drafting
The lawyers at Boring & Pilger, P.C., work with clients to draft comprehensive, high quality wills. They custom tailor wills to suit your needs so you can be assured that your property is divided the way you want.
Your Trust Options
There are many different types of trusts, each designed to help protect or transfer assets in the manner that you desire. When contemplating a trust, it is important to discuss your goals with an attorney. The attorneys at Boring and Pilger, P.C., have experience drafting a variety of trusts for clients, such as irrevocable trusts, revocable trusts, and special needs trusts.
Additional Estate Planning Services
In addition to drafting of wills and trusts, the attorneys at Boring and Pilger, P.C., provide a range of additional estate services, including:
- Drafting durable powers of attorney and health care powers of attorney
- Minimizing tax consequences through tax planning
- Drafting living wills, also known as advance medical directives or advanced health care directives
Contact an Experienced Estate Planning Lawyer
Contact the firm online or call 703.763.0914, toll free at 888.311.1426, to schedule an appointment with a Great Falls estate planning attorney.