Do you have children that are minors? Does any member of your family have special needs or receive government assistance? Is your family global? Do you own business or real estate?
You've worked hard for your legacy. To make sure your assets are protected and properly managed after you pass, having legally binding documents is essential. Don't let this be an overwhelming task; contact Mauck & Baker for the care and attention you deserve in this important process. We provide counsel to individuals, families, and businesses to make sure such needs and desire are properly fulfilled.
Good counsel will identify what you need in your specific circumstance. Guided planning makes a seemingly overwhelming process easy to understand and implement.
Areas of Service
Essential Family Documents
Protection for Minor Children
Special Needs Planning
Christian Estate Planning
Business Succession Planning
Charitable Gift Planning
Family Limited Partnership
Power of Attorney for Healthcare
Power of Attorney for Property
Non-U.S. Families with U.S. Connections
Planning for Mobile & Global Families
There are essential documents to ensure that you and your family can take care of each other through life's ups and downs. Learn what they are and consider creating them if you don't already have them.
with Real Estate
There are many estate planning options--whether it be a simple transfer upon death, or a more complex wealth transfer incorporating tax efficient strategies. Learn what they are and choose the option that serves your goals best.
Modern Global Family
Learn more about the legal ramifications of various ownership and transfer issues when a family member is not a U.S. citizen or does not live in the U.S.
Alternatively, if a family member is considering immigrating to the U.S., learn what special steps should be taken in the estate planning process.
Plan for your current life, not just for your death. Major life events such as birth, marriage, and death all involve some sort of legal documents. Make sure you also have proper legal documents for the unexpected.
Review this legal guide by our attorneys to see which estate planning documents you should have.