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Comprehensive Estate Planning and Probate Representation
Planning an estate is one of the most important things you can do for yourself and your family members. Estate planning and probate practice encompasses a wide variety of issues that differ depending on the client’s objectives and his or her asset picture. It’s important to have a skilled estate planning attorney on your side so that together you can determine how to best meet your individual needs.
Estate Planning Services
Estate planning is a broad term that relates to a full complement of services aimed toward important determinations involving individual and family decisions for end of life and other important financial conclusions. A well prepared estate plan will help ensure your wishes are carried out and your loved ones are taken care of once you are gone. Our attorneys can provide a comprehensive evaluation of your goals and intentions while fitting them with your unique assets and family situation. A Will may be part of the estate plan but often it is just one part of a larger structure. Our attorneys can discuss the options for handling guardianship of minor children or providing for family and friends with unique situations and special needs. Additionally, we can discuss advanced directives for your health care and business needs in the event that you become disabled or unable to make the decisions yourself.
We understand how difficult it is to lose a loved one, dealing with their assets and estate can be overwhelming. Our attorneys have a strong record of getting real results for clients in probate court. Creating a proper estate plan can make all the difference between having your assets and other property distributed as you wish, versus having a court make decision that may not reflect your intentions. We can help you open an estate and manage assets. In the event conflicts arise, our attorneys have the experience to litigate on the estate’s behalf in probate court. You do not have to handle these issues on your own. Put a qualified probate attorney in your corner to make the process as smooth and painless as possible.