Attorneys Recognized For Their Experience Handling Wills And Trusts Effectively
A carefully structured estate plan will provide numerous benefits to you and your loved ones. When considering an estate planning attorney, it is critical to work with someone with a comprehensive understanding of the various legal strategies necessary to meet your needs. At Ellis & Ellis, estate planning is at the core of what we do. Based in Stillwater, we help families in Payne County and across Oklahoma. Attorneys Hal Ellis and LeAnn Drummond Ellis of our firm are leaders in this field. As members of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, they are recognized across the state for their strategic, dynamic approach to estate planning.
A Holistic Approach To Estate Planning
No matter how simple or sophisticated they are, estate plans benefit everyone. With our approach to estate planning, we can confidently recommend and implement what is best for you in your specific situation. Our estate planning lawyers create the full range of estate planning instruments, including wills, trusts, durable powers of attorney and advance health care directives. We represent people from all walks of life and often represent young parents who want to establish estate plans for their children. In fact, generations of Oklahomans have placed their faith in our law firm for their estate planning needs. We take great pride in this fact.
Many of our clients have extensive assets and require unique strategies to minimize tax consequences and achieve other goals. Our lawyers regularly establish all types of complex estate planning vehicles for our clients, such as defective grantor trusts, charitable giving trusts, irrevocable trusts, minor trusts and others. In certain instances, a prenuptial agreement can provide substantial estate planning and tax planning benefits. Our lawyers have meaningful experience tailoring premarital agreements to our clients’ specific needs.
Going The Extra Mile To Meet Your Needs
We draw on our estate planning experience in every other aspect of our practice, including:
- Probate and estate administration
- Business and tax planning
- Nonprofit and tax-exempt organizations
- Fiduciary litigation
Whatever your specific needs entail, you can depend on our lawyers to create an estate plan that meets your needs now and in the future.
Contact Ellis & Ellis
If you have questions about how to establish, update or enforce an estate plan, we encourage you to reach out to our team to schedule a meeting. We’re happy to answer your questions and help you understand your next steps. To reach our office in Stillwater, call 405-334-5378 or email our law firm to schedule a consultation.