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    A will is one of the most important documents that you can prepare to take care of your loved ones after you are gone. Those left behind will have enough on their minds without involving them in costly litigation to sort out your estate. Do not leave the care of your minor children to chance in the unfortunate event that something happens to you as the parent. A will is a small investment to make for a lot of peace of mind.

    We are also available to assist with estate administration, either with or without a will.


    Estate planning including wills, powers of attorney and estate administration.


    What happens when I die? We know that talking about death is not always the easiest thing to do. However, not taking about death, and failing to plan for that eventuality, can leave loved-ones scrambling, and dealing with issues and expense that could have been avoided. We take the time to understand what you are trying to accomplish, and why, and then work with you to establish an estate plan to achieve your goals. We ask questions that you may not have considered to ensure that your overall estate plan is solid. You will feel secure in the knowledge that your legal will does what you intend it to do. We are thorough, thoughtful and client-focused. Let us help you with your estate plan.


    Just as a will governs what happens after you die, a power of attorney governs what happens while you are alive. A power of attorney is a legal document that gives someone else the ability or “power” to deal with certain matters while you are still alive. Who do you trust to manage your money/assets? Who will make decisions about your own personal care if you cannot? It is as important to have properly drafted powers of attorney as it is to have a properly drafted will. We can guide you through that process.


    Probate. Trustee. Executor. Beneficiary. Administrator. Estate Trustee. Deceased. Dealing with a loved one’s estate is not easy. Let us help you navigate the legal side of your loved one’s affairs. We can help you apply for a Certificate of Appointment of Estate Trustee, with or without a Will. We can help with the transfer of title to real estate or other assets. We can help with the passing of estate accounts. We can help you have peace of mind knowing that you have someone in your corner as you deal with the task of administering your loved one’s estate.

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