Wills, Trusts & Estate
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for such event.  Most people obtain great peace of mind after they have
consulted with a wills and estates attorney to help in this process.  Our
attorneys are familiar with the complex state and federal laws that pertain to
the settlement of estates and how to prepare an estate plan which best suits
the client’s needs. We regularly assist clients in establishing an estate plans
and provide advice regarding:

  •        Wills
  •        Advance Directives/Living Wills
  •        Durable Powers of Attorney
  •        Trusts
  •        Funeral planning
  •        Charitable contributions
  •        Tax planning

Our attorneys also routinely handle the probate and estate administration
process for our clients following the death of a loved one.  The probate
process can be a difficult and confusing process for the surviving family
members.  Our attorneys assist the Personal Representative with all aspects
of the estate administration including:

  •        Opening the estate
  •        Defending the will
  •        Garnering assets
  •        Assisting with debt distribution
  •        Assisting with accountings
  •        Preparation of  estate  tax returns

Whether you are the Personal Representative named in a will and need help
with the probate process or are a concerned relative who wants to make sure
the estate is administered in accordance with the will, we can help.