Estate Planning & Probate​

Our attorneys can provide knowledgeable counsel at every stage of estate planning and probate:

  • Estate Planning
    Creating a plan to preserve and pass on your assets can be a daunting task. Unintended consequences of improper estate planning can include divided families, litigation, unfulfilled goals, and depletion of wealth. Let us develop sophisticated strategies for maintaining your wealth, passing it on according to your wishes, and avoiding the all too common pitfalls of poor planning. We will work with you to create a comprehensive estate plan tailored to your individual needs, involving wills, trusts, and powers of attorney, while addressing your concerns throughout the process. If your assets include business ownership, your need for legal advice is all the more pressing. We can work with you to develop business succession plans to ensure your dreams survive for further generations.
    Probate
    Following the death of a loved one, the last thing you need is the stress of dealing with the courts and estate administration. Let our attorneys handle the process, protecting your rights and providing you peace of mind at such a difficult time. Our probate services are prompt, effective, and reasonably priced.
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