Estate Planning & Probate

​Do you need help with Estate Planning or Probate?

Individuals have engaged our firm for assistance with Estates and Trusts. We are here to help draft estate planning documents including wills, trusts, and power of attorneys, and help probate or administer a loved one’s estate or trust.

Our Practice Areas

Wills

For individuals who pass away without a Will, state laws dictate who will get your assets after they pass. In order to ensure your loved one’s receive assets according to your wishes, it is vital to draft a Last Will and Testament. Our firm has been relied on to navigate pitfalls in estate planning to ensure proper distribution. Contact us today to set up a consultation for your Estate Planning needs.

Trusts

Many individuals have amassed a variety of assets which can be difficult to transfer to their heirs and loved ones. A Revocable Living Trust or an Irrevocable Trust Agreement can often be beneficial to set up to ensure the ownership of your assets and avoid inheritance issues. Call us today to find out if a Trust is right for you.

Power of Attorneys

Power of Attorneys are very valuable for asset management assistance and healthcare directives in the event an individual becomes suddenly incapacitated. Please call us today to learn more about how a Durable Power of Attorney can be a necessary safeguard in trying times.

Estate Probate

Probating a loved one’s estate can be a complicated procedure. Our attorneys take pride in showing compassion and providing affordable assistance to Executors and Administrators in wrapping up their loved one’s affairs. 

Beneficiary Representation

If you are the beneficiary of an estate or trust you are entitled to your own legal representation. We help beneficiaries understand the probate or trust administration process and ensure they inherit the assets left to them. 

While our physical office hours may be reduced or suspended temporarily due to the Coronavirus outbreak and related government directives, we are still working remotely and will continue to provide service via e-mail and telephone. So please continue to call and e-mail in order to contact us.

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