Estate planning services involving:
WillsOne’s Last Will and Testament is a written document that indicates how your property will be distributed at the time of your death. It can be changed throughout your lifetime. It allows for the appointment of a guardian for minors. Trusts can be set up in your will which only become effective after your death. Learn More Here
TrustsA Living Trust provides both lifetime and after-death property management. Upon death or incapacity, the successor trustee and/or co-trustee can manage the trust property. Court intervention is not required, which can save you and your heirs the expense and inconvenience of probate. The Trust must be properly drafted and properly funded to be effective. We gave experience drafting all kinds of trusts and can advise you how to fund, operate, and properly maintain your trust.
Estate Administration Services
ProbateOur team can assist executors and administrators collect and manage the assets of the deceased as well as helps determine the validity of claims made against the decedent’s estate. Probate, (or if there is no will administration), involves gathering assets in the decedent's name alone, paying the decedent's debts, and then distributing the remaining assets to those outlined in the Will, (or if there is no will, pursuant to State law).
We also provide legal representation in the areas of personal injury, elder law, divorce, among many others. We look forward to seeing how we can help you.