The Legal Help You Need In Life
We often go through life thinking that as long as we stay out of trouble, we will never need to consult with an attorney. The truth is that many things can happen in life that may prompt us to reach out for legal help. Two areas most people seek guidance in are family law issues and estate planning.
Skilled And Compassionate Family Law Help
The day of your marriage is often lauded as one of the most important days of your life. The birth of your child or children is both fulfilling and emotional. Starting a family with someone brings about new adventures, new additions and new challenges. Sometimes, though, change happens or these challenges become overwhelming and the marriage must be dissolved.
Whether your marriage is just beginning, your family is growing or your life together is ending, Carmody Holliday Legal Services, PLLC, firm founder Katie C. Holliday can assist you. Get the help you need with issues such as:
- Property division
- Protecting your business valuations and investments
- Child custody
- Premarital agreements
With nearly two decades of experience in family law matters, Katie is dedicated to crafting a solution that works for you and your family. Get the skilled guidance you need for an amicable divorce, a custody agreement that works or property division that protects your assets.
Levelheaded Estate Planning
Carmody Holliday Legal Services, PLLC, can also help you and your family prepare for the future through careful estate planning. Making sure your affairs are in order helps ensure your family’s peace of mind, and it can prevent the stress that may come to your family if you do not prepare.
Legal documents such as a will, power of attorney, advance medical directive and health care proxy (naming someone to make medical decisions for you should you be unable) are indispensable when it comes to preparing for the future and are readily available in typically one or two office visits.
When you create a personal estate plan, name your beneficiaries and create transfer on death (TOD) accounts, you ensure that your family can avoid the stressful, expensive and time-consuming process of Montana probate. Power of attorney gives a loved one the power to make financial and health care decisions for you, should you become incapacitated.
The Personal, Accessible Help You Need Is Here
Firm founder attorney Katie C. Holliday provides relevant legal services for a wide variety of issues in family law and estate planning. Call 406-552-4193 for a free initial consultation with Katie by phone. You can also get in touch through email.
Carmody Holliday Legal Services, PLLC, serves families and individuals in Missoula, Montana, and the surrounding areas, including Powell, Lake, Ravalli and Cascade counties.