Let us help you protect yourself and everything you own. In the event of illness, disability or death, having legal documents in place means that your wishes will effectively be carried out. Planning ahead ensures your loved ones won't have to make difficult health care decisions, property issues and financial concerns during an emotional time.
A will documents your wishes on how your property and other possessions will be distributed after your passing. Wills may also name guardians for minors. Rely on us to help you decide if a will is right for you. We'll help you draw one up or execute one properly following the death of a loved one.
A trust is a legal agreement instructing how your property and assets will be managed. It may be in effect while you are living and/or after death. Contact us to learn the different options available so we can establish the right trust for you or help you administer a trust following a death
Having a good attorney to guide you through estate planning is crucial. Let us help you work through it.
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When not able to make decisions for yourself due to illness or incapacity, a power of attorney grants someone else the authority to do so.
Probate is a court proceeding in which your property and other assets are transferred to your beneficiaries when you die. Because probate can be complicated and costly, let us explain how you can avoid it. If probate is necessary, we will help you file necessary court papers, guide you on financial responsibilities and help resolve disputes.
Estate taxes can cut into the assets you leave behind for your beneficiaries. Gifting money to relatives can lead to other taxes. Work with us to develop a plan to minimize taxes and make sure your assets go to the people you desire. We can also help deal with tax issues while executing an estate.
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