Protecting your future, as well as providing your loved ones with the support they need after you have passed on is very important. You have worked so hard to acquire everything you have, now it is time to make sure it will be protected. A thorough estate plan will allow you to enjoy your future, provide for your family and protect the relationships of those you love after you have passed on.
Every situation is very unique and we know you have lots of questions about how to protect your own estate. We have provided you with as many resources as possible to help you learn about estate plans. We have found the easiest way for you to get answers is to pick up the phone and give us a call, or schedule a free consultation with our estate planning team by using the link below.
Utah Estate Planning Attorney
At Helgesen, Houtz & Jones we have helped guide thousands of people through the estate planning process. We have worked with individuals creating an estate plan, as well as those coming to us for help settling their parent’s estate. Creating an estate plan is one of the most important things you can do for you family. No matter what age you live to, your passing will be an emotional time for your family. Nobody should have to deal with settling an estate while trying to grieve the loss of a loved one.
Can I make my estate plan without the help of an attorney?
Time and time again we have seen individuals create their own estate plans without the assistance of an estate planning attorney in order to save some money. They trust that their loved ones will follow their wishes (as any parent would) after they pass, so instead of creating a legal plan they just let their loved ones know what actions should be carried out on their behalf.
More often than not, the result of creating your own estate plan will lead to contention, damaged relationships and/or thousands of dollars paid by your family in attorney fees fighting over your estate. Deciding to work with an estate planning attorney now will save you money, protect the relationships of those you love and take away any unnecessary stress during the grieving process.
We are here to help
We have helped thousands of people create an estate plan that will protect their family and their assets long after their passing. Each estate plan is unique, but we have seen enough different situations to know how to create a plan to provide for those you love as well as minimize contentions among family members after you pass away.
We would love to have the opportunity to help you create your estate plan. If you have any questions about estate plans, settling an estate, or you want to create your estate plan please do not hesitate to contact us. There is no better time to take action than now. The best way to get our help is to give us a call at 801-544-5306, schedule a free consultation using this link, or ask us a question using the form below.
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What is included in a thorough estate plan?
Benefits of Estate Planning
preserve assets for the surviving spouse
Create detailed instructions for the transfer of assets
Provide safe management of inheritances left to irresponsible children, grandchildren and others.
Allow privacy in the management of personal assets
Organize the inheritance of a “second marriage” where each leaves property to children from the prior marriage
If you want to learn more about any of the documents included in a thorough estate plan click the links above. You can also give us a call, schedule a free consultation, or ask us a question at any time. We are always ready to help.
Do you need help from an estate planning attorney?
Our experienced Utah estate planning attorney will help you determine what is best for your estate
Meet Our Estate Planning Team
Jack C. Helgesen
Estate Planning Attorney
Erik S. Helgesen
Estate Planning Attorney
Estate Planning Paralegal
What do we mean by free estate planning consultation?
Creating an estate plan can be a very stressful experience. BEFORE deciding to create your documents with us, you will have a chance to meet with us, get to know us personally, hear your legal options, and understand the costs involved with your estate planning.
Estate planning consultations are 30 minutes
In some cases, we'll come to you.
In your consultation we will:
Review your estate
Describe your options
Explain all of the costs before you hire us
Tell you the truth
Answer all of your questions
Why use Helgesen, Houtz & Jones for your estate planning documents?
1 week delivery
Who wants to wait months to get their documents? With us, in most cases you will have your documents within a week of completing our questionnaire without sacrificing quality. Your family is our priority, and we will work around the clock to get your documents completed.
You will work with attorneys that have helped thousands of people finalize their estate plans. They specialize in estate planning, have seen many different scenarios, and know exactly how to structure your estate so that your family will be cared for.
Your questions and concerns are very important to us. There are many different variables to consider when you are creating an estate plan. We are ready to answer all of your questions, and provide you with enough information to make educated decisions.
Let's get in touch
Our office location in Layton, Davis County, Utah
1513 N. Hill FIeld Road, Suite 3, Layton, Utah 84041
Helgesen, Houtz & Jones
Our lawyers also serve the following areas across the state of Utah: Davis County, Morgan County, Weber County, Salt Lake County, Bountiful, Centerville, Clearfield, Clinton, East Layton, Eden, Farmington, Farr West, Fruit Heights, Harrisville, Hooper, Huntsville, Kaysville, Layton, Morgan, Mountain Green, Near me, North Ogden North Salt Lake, Ogden, Plain City, Pleasant View, Riverdale, Roy, South Ogden, South Weber, Syracuse, Uintah, Washington Terrace, West Bountiful, West Haven, West Kaysville, West Point, Woods Cross, and anyone else who desires to travel to Layton for legal services.