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None of us likes the idea of our mortality. However, taking the time to sit down and think through what we’d like to happen in the days and months following our death is a gesture that our survivors will appreciate.

Wills can limit family quarrels and tension around which family member gets their way. A detailed will can make the quantifying and distribution of your assets a much smoother process. A will covers vitally important issues, such as guardianship or care for your children.

The attorney's at the firm of Gregory A. Ousley, Attorney at Law work with all aspects of estate planning.

Enlisting the skilled counsel of one of our attorneys can alleviate some of the stress, as well as avoid common oversights and pitfalls, in the process.


One of the aspects of a well-designed estate plan is the creation of a trust. Trusts provide the appropriate documentation needed to see to it that your financial goals exceed your lifespan. Some of the benefits include:

  • Private and well-organized disbursement of assets (bypassing the probate system)
  • Preservation of wealth for heirs and preferred eleemosynary organizations
  • Tax benefits
  • Age-based and other specifiable asset-distribution details
  • Keeping assets in your family and protecting how they are used

If you have not yet started to write a will and trust, let’s start the conversation about what the process could look like for you. We can help with all the paperwork required and work through the details needed to create these essential aspects of estate planning so that your legacy lives on well past your lifetime.

Call us today for FREE Case Evaluation (606) 677-1823

Gregory A. Ousley, Attorney

Carrie D. Wiese, Associate Attorney

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