Wills & Probate

Everyone should have a will, health care proxy, living will, and durable power of attorney to assist their loved ones in the event of a crisis. How will your estate be distributed after you die? Who will care for your children if something happens to you? How can you ensure that your wishes for your health care and financial affairs will be carried out if you are incapacitated? These critical issues can be addressed at a very modest expense.

Every family is unique, with different goals regarding their estate. Estate planning is essential to protect families, and we are committed to implementing an estate plan that will fulfill our clients’ wishes and ensure their assets are protected for the next generation. This includes preparing wills, trusts and advance directives, as well as reviewing beneficiary designations and the titling of assets to allow a smooth transition of assets to the ultimate estate beneficiaries.

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