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Alexander Estate Planning

Christopher M. Alexander, Esq.

None of us have a crystal ball that can foresee future events or tell us how long we will live, whether we will be afflicted with an illness or be the victim of a life-altering accident. Estate planning is the legal process that allows each of us to formally lay out our wishes regarding the management and distribution of our assets as well as the care of our dependents in the event of incapacitation or death.

 

A properly formulated estate plan will achieve a variety of goals. Financially, it will provide for loved ones, ensure assets are managed and distributed according to your wishes, minimize costs, reduce legal fees and decrease potential taxes. An estate plan will allow you to appoint individuals as guardians of your minor children and designate who will manage your affairs if you become incapacitated.

Christopher M. Alexander has represented individuals and families for 25 years and has built a reputation as a trusted and respected estate planning attorney. Christopher M. Alexander will assist you in designing a comprehensive, customized estate plan that addresses your long-term goals and objectives. Contact Christopher M. Alexander, Esq. at (513) 228–1100 or chris@alexander-legal.com.
 

“Do something today that your future

self will thank you for.”

What Sets Christopher M. Alexander Apart

Christopher M. Alexander has a reputation for offering a commonsense approach to creating estate plans, navigating probate courts, and negotiating all types of family law matters. Your attorney should help to reduce the stress, anxiety and fear of uncertainty and offer the perspective you need to make sound decisions at every stage of your legal matter.

 

Estate Planning requires you to be forward-thinking and focused on your long-term goals and objectives. Christopher M. Alexander takes time to get to know each of his clients and makes their understanding of the legal principles involved a centerpiece of the professional relationship.

 

If your legal matter will become court involved, it is helpful to have guidance from a lawyer who is familiar with the unique procedures of the court where your case will be decided. Christopher M. Alexander has focused his legal practice in Butler and Warren counties in Ohio for nearly 25 years. A lawyer with local knowledge will be able to provide insight into the personality and preferences of the Judges and Magistrates who will decide your case based on years of experience practicing before them.

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