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What To Look For In An Estate Planning Attorney

Choosing the right attorney is critical for estate planning, as you must work with someone who gives your case the time and consideration it deserves. At Russo, Rosalina & Co., LPA, we treat every client with the utmost respect, investing ourselves in the matter to design the right estate plan for each client.

What estate planning means for you may be far different than what it means for someone else, and we work hard to consider your specific needs and your desires for the plan. With over 30 years of experience, we understand what it takes to meet the goals each client has and to provide an estate plan that makes end-of-life decisions and the transfer of assets as easy as possible. We take the time to create a custom strategy that is tailored to your needs and that addresses all of your questions or concerns.

Key Areas To Consider

In addition to experience, below are a few key things to look for in an estate planning attorney:

  • A strong firm focus on estate planning. You need someone who knows the nuances of this complex area of law.
  • Options to update and maintain your estate plan. It’s wise to do this frequently, especially after big life events like a marriage, a divorce or the birth of a child or grandchild.
  • An attorney who makes you comfortable. Estate planning involves a discussion of personal life details, and you need someone who puts you at ease and demonstrates compassion and a willingness to help.
  • Experience with all options and considerations. This is about far more than just writing a will. You may need to consider end-of-life directives, a legal power of attorney, a medical power of attorney, revocable and irrevocable trusts, business succession planning and more.

We’ve Been Serving Northeastern Ohio For Decades

Do you want to learn more about how our estate planning lawyers can help with estate planning? We encourage you to call us at at your earliest convenience, or you can connect with us online. We look forward to hearing from you.