Protect Your Assets, Your Family and Your Future Through Wills and Trusts

By coming up with a comprehensive estate plan involving wills, trusts, and powers of attorney, you can make sure your wishes are honored in the future. You can help your family avoid guardianship disputes and make sure your assets are distributed according to your wishes. From his office in Williamsburg, attorney Paul S. Ward has been helping people plan for their future for over two decades. He also handles probate and trust administration.

A Plan that Fits Your Family's Needs

When you are preparing for your future, don't you want a lawyer who understands all of the options you have available? As a certified elder law attorney*, Paul S. Ward knows how to develop a comprehensive estate plan designed to achieve your goals. He will listen to your concerns and help you tailor a plan that fits your needs. Are you a member of the AARP? As part of the AARP legal service network of attorneys, Paul S. Ward can help you develop a simple will and power of attorney at a low cost.

There are Lots of Estate Planning Options

As you are thinking about developing a will, trust, or estate plan, you have a lot of options to consider. Paul S. Ward, will help you understand all of your available options. Different people have different concerns, and that is why he won't just set you up with a pre-fabricated package. As a certified public accountant, he can help you understand the state and federal tax implications of your plan. Whatever your needs, Attorney Ward can provide you with the estate planning documents you need to achieve your goals and provide you with peace of mind, including

  • Wills
  • Healthcare powers of attorney
  • Estate tax-saving provisions
  • Charity trusts
  • Living trusts
  • Revocable trusts
  • Irrevocable life insurance trusts
  • Charitable remainder trusts
  • Charitable lead trusts
  • Private foundations

Contact the Firm

If you want to plan for your future, an experienced lawyer and estate planning specialist can help you with your asset management and health care decisions. You can save your family a lot of time in the future and make sure your wishes are honored by taking the time to set up the appropriate wills, trusts, and powers of attorney. Contact attorney Paul S. Ward today for more information.

*The National Elder Law Foundation has certified Mr. Ward as an elder law attorney (CELA). The Veterans Administration has accredited Mr. Ward to assist veterans.