Experienced Estate Planning, Trust Administration, and Wealth Preservation in San Francisco, California
“I would recommend anyone needing an estate planning attorney to hire her.”
– Michael M., San Francisco, California
The Law Office of Jennifer Jaynes
The Law Office of Jennifer Jaynes offers comprehensive estate planning, wealth preservation and trust administration services. Jennifer Jaynes draws on extensive expertise in trust and estate law, family law and taxation to preserve wealth, avoid probate, minimize the risk of future disputes, and ensure your family is provided for in the event of death or disability.
Why You Need an Estate Planning & Probate Attorney in San Francisco
Unsure if you really need an estate planning and probate attorney in the Bay Area? There are a few reasons why clients choose to work with Jennifer Jaynes for both their estate planning and probate needs. Consider the following before you decide to do your own estate planning.
To Ensure Your Documents Are Legally Valid
An estate planning lawyer can provide you with the necessary documentation and lawful counsel for your documents. Working with the right professional protects your family from the damage caused by improperly filed documentation. Estate planning can save you and your family thousands of dollars in working with a qualified attorney to fix any mistakes in your will.
For Sound Professional Advice to Protect Your Assets
Once you’ve successfully established your will and trust, you may still need an expert to answer your questions or help you update your plan. Hiring an estate planning attorney gives you direct access to a specialist qualified to answer your questions and help make adjustments to your will and trust. The value of their counsel can prove to be financially and emotionally priceless.
To Manage the Stress of Estate Planning
Peace of mind is important in estate planning. When you work with an experienced estate lawyer, you can be confident that your loved ones will be in good hands. Establishing that relationship in advance can provide your family with a qualified resource for questions about settlements and your trust.