Estate Planning Practice

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Our estate planning attorneys also work with clients to develop a plan and prepare the proper documents to protect their families and their wealth, including Last Will and Testaments, Powers of Attorney, and Trusts. Specifically, our firm works in the following estate-planning related practice areas:

  • Estate Planning

  • Last Will and Testaments

  • Living and Revocable Trusts

  • Irrevocable Trusts

  • Marital Trusts

  • General and Limited Powers of Attorney

  • Living Wills

  • Medical Power of Attorney

  • Estate and Trust Administration / Probate

  • And other estate matters

We can help you put together an estate plan that is right for you, regardless of whether you have only a modest amount of assets and only need a simple Will, or whether you have significant wealth and require a more complex estate plan.

Everyone should have a Will. Many people do not realize that, if you don’t have a Will, the state laws essentially create an estate plan for you and direct what happens to your assets upon your death. For the benefit of your loved ones, take control over your estate plan and contact us to draft your Will and other estate planning documents.