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Estate Planning

Preserve your legacy. Prepare for the future.

Protecting the next generation in your family or business can be overwhelming – but it does not have to be. Our accomplished attorneys are ready to help you tackle estate planning, so you can put your mind at ease and preserve your legacy.

We have extensive experience helping our clients draft wills, trusts, living will directives, powers of attorney, and business succession plans. We are accustomed to handling complex and difficult situations and talking through options with our clients. No matter what your situation is, chances are, we’ve seen something similar, and we can help you achieve what is best for all involved.

We also assist families who need advice following a loved one’s passing to settle an estate or who are dealing with the aftermath of a lack of planning. We represent fiduciaries, both corporate and individual, in probate administration and trust administration.

As part of our work, we often find clients need solid advice related to potential tax consequences, whether at the local, state or federal level. We are prepared to help answer any questions you have and work with you to preserve your hard-earned assets.

When you are ready to put a plan in place, our estate planning attorneys can assist with one of the following types of matters:

  • Wills and Trusts
  • Living Will Directives
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements
  • Charitable and Gift Planning
  • Business Succession Planning
  • Medicaid Planning
  • Special Needs Planning

Call us today to get started with your plans. We can help you and your family prepare for the future.

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Preserve your legacy. Prepare for the future. Protecting the next generation in your family or business can be overwhelming - but it does not have to be. Our accomplished attorneys are ready to help you tackle estate planning, so you can put your mind at ease and preserve your legacy. We have extensive experience helping our clients draft wills, trusts, living will directives, powers of attorney, and business succession plans. We are accustomed to handling complex and difficult situations and talking through options with our clients. No matter what your situation is, chances are, we’ve seen something similar, and we can help you achieve what is best for all involved. We also assist families who need advice following a loved one’s passing to settle an estate or who are dealing with the aftermath of a lack of planning. We represent fiduciaries, both corporate and individual, in probate administration and trust administration. As part of our work, we often find clients need solid advice related to potential tax consequences, whether at the local, state or federal level. We are prepared to help answer any questions you have and work with you to preserve your hard-earned assets. When you are ready to put a plan in place, our estate planning attorneys can assist with one of the following types of matters:
  • Wills and Trusts
  • Living Will Directives
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements
  • Charitable and Gift Planning
  • Business Succession Planning
  • Medicaid Planning
  • Special Needs Planning
Call us today to get started with your plans. We can help you and your family prepare for the future.

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