Estates, Wills & Trusts
Often, individuals and families that have experienced an important transition, like the birth of a child or the purchase of a home, realize the importance of protecting family assets through estate planning tools. It is also important to provide for someone to make decisions in the event you are not able to do so; designating someone in advance can eliminate the need for costly and stressful court proceedings, and ensure that decisions are made by the person of your choosing.
When you are ready to take the important and cost-effective step of fully safeguarding your family's wealth and your future, we can provide experienced and knowledgeable help.
In addition, it is important to seek legal advice if you are in charge of administering a decedent’s estate, whether or not that person had a will. At this often stressful time, we can assist you with the prompt and efficient administration of the estate.
We have helped many families with their estate planning and administration needs, including:
Special needs trusts
Powers of attorney/health care proxies/living wills
Probate and administration