Estate Planning

One may secure the future of his/her legal heirs, aged parents, minor/disabled children and other near and dear ones by a proper Estate Planning and avoid differences and disputes between them.

It refers to securing one’s property that it does not go into wrong hands or become a subject matter of litigation. You may prevent your hard earned assets from being wasted. There are various modes or instruments by which one may do estate planning. It includes following documents but are not limited to ‘Instrument of Will’, Gift Deed, Trust Deed etc.

Draft your will in accordance with your instructions and your wishes so that your assets are distributed and transferred effortlessly and peacefully in the manner anticipated by you.