If you unexpectedly lose capacity or pass away, who will care for your children? Who will take over management of your affairs? Who will distribute your assets after you’re gone? Who will decide who gets what and when? Will creditors or greedy family members take everything and leave your loved ones with nothing?
If you do not establish an estate plan while you are alive and competent, then your loved ones may be unable to avoid expensive and time-consuming court actions which could have been avoided. And, rather than making your own decisions to further your interests and values, a court or other persons may end up making those decisions against your wishes.
Making an estate plan while you are capable empowers you to make sound decisions that benefit you and your loved ones now and in the future. We assist individuals and families from all walks of life with estate planning that fits their needs and concerns. We will help you create an estate plan to prepare for the expected and unexpected.
Our clients appreciate our friendly and easy-going approach along with our serious and diligent work. We take time to discuss your concerns, explain your options, and execute an estate plan to address your needs and accomplish your goals.
We can help with the following:
- Codicils, Amendments and Updates
- Special Needs Trusts
- Trust Funding
- Powers of Attorney
- Advanced Healthcare Directives
- Title Changes
- Business Succession
- Conservatorships and Guardianships
Contact our office to schedule an attorney consultation.