Welcome to Virginia's premier estate planning law office with over 17 years experience. Glendon K Gill, PLC is located in Staunton County, and we represent individuals, families, and small business owners throughout all aspects of estate planning, business planning, and tax planning. As dedicated attorneys, our primary aim is to provide each of our clients with the information and resources they need to be successful with their estate plans.
Whether you want to plan for a growing family, are starting a new business venture, or are in need of advanced estate planning, our attorneys can help you. At our Law Firm, we will work with you on a one-on-one basis to design an efficient and effective estate plan that helps you accomplish all of your goals.
Our attorneys will review your trust funding options, and help you accomplish this funding so it is done correctly. With your basic estate plan, you will receive one real property transfer deed. Our Law Firm will then direct you on how to fund your trust with the rest of your assets.
GLENDON K GILL, PLC is proud to handle our clients' living trusts, wills, probate administration, and advanced estate planning matters. Additionally, our Law Firm assists clients with Durable Power of Attorney for Finances, Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care (living will), charitable giving, and marital property agreements. We also help small businesses owners with business and tax planning.
- Married A-B Trusts
- Special Needs Trusts for Disabled Beneficiaries (also see article at MDA Publications)
- Generation-Skipping Trusts to avoid taxation in the beneficiaries estates
- Honorary Trusts for the care of your pet
- Personal Residence Trusts to allow a beneficiary the use and enjoyment of your home for their lifetime
- Married Q-TIP Trusts
- Simple Wills
- Pour-Over Wills
- Living Wills (Advance Medical Directive)
- Testamentary Trust Wills
- Holographic Wills
- Revocable Living Trust
- Pourover Will
- Power of Attorney for Financial Matters
- Power of Attorney for Health Care (Advance Health Care Directive)
- Certificate of Trust
- Community/Separate Property Agreement (If Married)
- Real property deed to fund your trust