Estate planning

Wills

Don’t be caught off guard! The unthinkable can happen at any time. If you do not have a will, you are leaving your assets (and children) in the hands of the state to decide. Having a will in place ensures that your wishes are carried out and your loved ones are taken care of after your passing.

Living Will

Also known as an advanced directive, this is a written statement detailing your wishes regarding medical treatment in the event you become incapacitated or unable to give consent.  A living will be especially important to your family members so they are not burdened by having to make tough decisions regarding your health.

Power of Attorney

We handle medical and durable powers of attorney.  Medical power of attorney gives the person you designate power to make medical decisions on your behalf.  A durable power of attorney allows you to designate someone to make specific decisions on your behalf either while you are alive or after you are deceased.

Guardianship or Conservatorship

We can represent you in the guardianship of an individual.  We can also represent you in a conservatorship where a judge can assign someone to manage the daily and financial responsibilities of a person who is physically and/or mentally unable to do so.

Probate Court

We handle all aspects of probate, including representing individuals in probate court and resolving trust and estate disputes.