Estate Planning FAQs
What Does Utah Estate Planning Typically Include?
Most estate plans in Utah typically include a Will & Trust, Power of Attorney, and Advanced Healthcare Directives in their estate plans.
Why Should I Create an Estate Plan?
If you are like the most residents in Utah, you try to avoid thinking about your mortality. This avoidance is a primary reason why Utah residents delay creating an estate plan. Our objective is to educate Salt Lake City, South Jordan, and Layton area residents so they understand the Utah estate planning objectives.
Estate planning allows an individual or family to develop a strategy and prepare documents to protect and distribute your Utah estate assets after your death to benefit your loved ones.
What Factors Should I Consider with My Estate Plan?
Some factors you should consider with your estate plan include who will inherit your assets, who will make decisions related to your healthcare if you are unable to, how to plan for a minor or child with special needs, and how to avoid probate and guardianship proceedings.
Call Experienced Utah Estate Planning Attorneys
The estate planning attorneys at Pearson Butler guide you through the Utah estate planning process. We assist you in creating an estate plan (revocable trust, will, advanced healthcare directive, and power of attorney) to help you distribute your assets according to your wishes. See
Call for a free initial consultation at (800) 265-2314.