Wills and Estate Planning

Regardless of age, it is important for every adult to have a complete estate plan in place. If you have children and/or significant assets, it is all the more important. If you do not determine these things ahead of time through advance planning, the courts will make the decisions for you and your family.

By having an estate plan in place, you protect your right to determine how you will be cared for should a medical emergency arise, how your children will be cared for and by whom should you pass away and how your possessions will be divided upon your death. 

We listen to your wishes, examine your situation and build a customized estate plan for you. The elements of the plan may contain powers of attorney, guardianships, trusts and a will. We are also experienced at handling the probate and estate administration for our clients, saving your family the added stress of attending to the legal details.