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Estate planning can be a touchy subject for many individuals. What would you do with your property, if you were to become unable to make decisions for yourself or in case of death? No one wants to deal with it too soon, but our office can help you map out your assets to explain how you want them divided. We want to protect your beneficiaries and help you plan your long-term finances. When you do have a well-mapped plan for your estate, it will calm your nerves and lessen the potential for disputes regarding your estate in the future.

The very best future you have planned for you family can be instantly undone without a carefully crafted estate plan. It’s a very rare case to have a family member step right into your role and communicate your exact wishes if you were to ever be incapacitated and unable to do so yourself. Without these legal documents in place, a court could end up deciding who can fill your shoes and what will happen to your assets.

You’re never too young to start this process. No matter what your age or how many assets you have, your property and interests still need to be protected. Don’t leave the task for a court to decide.


We can help you with:

  • Wills and trusts: We can draft wills and trusts to serve as the managing document of your estate. We can advise you according to you and your family’s particular needs. We can also draft powers of attorney and living wills to ensure a trusted person will be speaking for you in the event that you are incapacitated.
  • Guardianship and conservatorships: If you need to take responsibility for the personal care and finances of an elderly parent, we can advise you through this process.
  • Probate: We can help guide you through the process in the event of a death in your family, whether you are the personal representative responsible for the estate or if you are looking to ensure that an estate is administered correctly.

It’s better to be safe and plan ahead. Let us know how we can help!

Schedule your consultation today!