Jackson Wills And Estate Planning Lawyer

Putting your affairs in order to ensure your family is protected is a very important step. Whether you have basic assets or substantial wealth, you definitely need a will and a few other critical documents in place. You may also benefit from more advanced estate planning.

I enjoy helping people in all stages of life develop estate plans ideal for their needs. Together, we will talk through options and efficiently set up a will, a trust if appropriate, and powers of attorney that designate the people you want to make decisions if you pass away or become incapacitated. Our work together can begin with a free consultation. I will treat you with respect, and I will not push costly services that go beyond what you need.

A Caring, Practical Living Trust Attorney Serving Madison County, Hinds County, Rankin County, And Clients All Throughout The Area

My experience as a Jackson wills and estate planning attorney extends across the spectrum of family needs and situations. My strong communication skills and legal knowledge enable me to work effectively with everyone from young couples to the elderly. You can turn to me for clear guidance and practical, affordable services associated with drafting and filing:

  • A last will and testament that ensures your specific wishes for passing on your property are documented
  • A power of attorney that gives legal authority to make decisions to the person you choose
  • An advance health care directive (sometimes called a "living will") that makes clear your wishes regarding medical intervention if you face a last illness or incapacitating injury
  • A living trust designed to accomplish goals such as avoiding having assets go through the probate process or providing for a family member with special needs

Reach An Experienced Estate Law And Probate Lawyer: 601-407-9190

In addition to these planning services, I can help you petition for a guardianship or conservatorship if you need authority to make decisions for an elderly or disabled person who cannot make them for himself or herself. If a family member has passed away, I will help you navigate the probate or estate administration process as efficiently as possible.

If you are ready to create your estate plan or have questions about any aspect of Mississippi estate law, please contact me, Cody Gibson, by telephone or email anytime.