When we talk about estate planning at Cauble & Whittington, we are very often referring to clients’ complex estates involving businesses, multiple properties and intricate taxation issues.
We are also here to serve young couples or individuals who believe that a simple will is the extent of estate planning that they need. Upon further discussion with our attorneys, clients often discover or realize that they have special issues that deserve close examination: an inheritance, a trust, a piece of real estate, a retirement account or a family law concern.
Legal Counsel for All-Important Estate Planning Issues
This is why we caution people not to rely on “do it yourself” wills, but rather to consult with a knowledgeable estate planning attorney. Clients seek our experienced legal counsel regarding some of the most far-reaching decisions of their lives: how to structure a lasting legacy and ensure that their wishes are carried out after death.
Whether you want to provide for a spouse in the future, protect business assets for your children or business partner successors, support your preferred charitable causes or minimize tax liability, you can count on Cauble & Whittington, to take the time and effort necessary to prepare a will that will follow your wishes as closely as possible.
A Southern Oregon Law Firm With a Reputation for Success in Estate Planning and Probate Law and Litigation
A key benefit of our law firm for our estate planning clients is our in-depth knowledge of both estate planning and probate litigation. We guide our clients with confidence and insight through the key aspects of estate planning, creating wills and trusts that are faithful to their values — effective and comprehensive testamentary documents that will withstand any attempted will contest or legal challenges.
For example, when our clients execute wills, we make sure that the legal requirements for capacity and/or avoidance of undue influence are met. We are also knowledgeable of financial elder abuse laws. Without knowledgeable legal counsel, many people unwittingly may violate fiduciary obligations and/or statutory obligations. We help navigate those complex areas of the law.
We know the pitfalls to avoid as we assist Oregon residents in designing estate plans that take into account all their assets and financial objectives. We guide clients through estate planning encompassing legal documents and issues such as:
- Charitable trusts
- Special needs trusts
- Generation-skipping trusts
- Trusts designed to avoid or minimize inheritance taxes
- Business succession plans
We consider our substantial litigation experience to be a factor in the quality and depth that we have to offer in estate planning for our clients. We know how to prevent pitfalls in estate planning documents. Our attorneys can advise clients on ways to avoid and prevent potential will contests or legal challenges to trusts. Lawyers of Cauble & Whittington, apply an uncommon depth and breadth of experience to the table in the area of estate planning.
Estate Planning — Grants Pass, Eugene, Ashland — Wills and Trusts — Powers of Attorney
Whatever your estate planning concern, you should expect attentive service from staff and attorneys at Cauble & Whittington. We pledge to return phone calls in a timely manner and give your legal needs the priority they deserve. We are here to meet your needs in Oregon estate planning. Grants Pass estate planning attorneys of Cauble & Whittington, await your call at 541-507-6407 or e-mail inquiry.
Building on our reputation for quality legal counsel in southern Oregon since 1898, Cauble & Whittington, is the type of law firm that legal opponents, judges and juries respect. When we sit at the negotiating table or appear in the courtroom, we clearly represent our clients’ issues. In a small community environment, our law firm stands out. Clients expect to see a law firm of this caliber in a large metropolitan area, but we are proud to be a vital presence in this community. Discriminating businesses and individuals from near and far seek our legal services in a range of practice areas, including:
- Litigation and appeals
- Estate planning
- Probate and estate administration
- Business law and real estate
- Administrative law
- Construction law
- Family Law
Our clients seek sophistication but more importantly, results. Our many favorable outcomes on behalf of our clients speak for themselves. Whether the legal issue has to do with estate planning, business, real estate or construction law, Cauble & Whittington, stays focused at all times on the client’s perspective and needs. From clear-cut administrative matters to complex litigation, Cauble & Whittington, carries out clients’ goals with an emphasis on outcomes that clients seek.
While we are proud of our traditions; we do not rest on our laurels. Each new case is equally fresh and vital to our law firm’s mission to provide top-notch legal services in and around Grants Pass.
Invested in our community, committed to our clients’ success and vigilant about upholding the law, attorneys at Cauble & Whittington, in Grants Pass welcome the opportunity to evaluate your legal issues. Follow the links below to learn about the background and qualifications of our legal team. Contact us by phone or e-mail to schedule a consultation regarding your Oregon legal matter in whatever area of the law you have concerns: probate, estate planning, business law, real estate or construction law.
Get to Know Our Trial Lawyers
Our lawyers are known as skilled litigators and effective administrative law attorneys. Your goals are our mandate if we advise and represent you. We welcome your questions and pledge a timely, thoughtful response to your inquiry. Contact the firm in Grants Pass, Oregon today at 541-507-6407.
Contact Our Firm
Even in today’s challenging economic times, Cauble & Whittington, does not find that clients want or expect to do business with the least expensive law firm available. Rather, they value our experience, knowledge and accomplishments in their areas of concern. Schedule a consultation with one of our grants Pass attorneys by calling 541-507-6407 or emailing our law offices.