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Estate Planning

Don’t wait to begin estate planning until you have more assets or are ready to retire. Start planning today for your family’s tomorrow.

You should begin your estate plan as early as possible, particularly if you have children, own your own business or face potential financial liability in your profession. Not only does it provide peace of mind, estate planning assures that your needs will be met during your life and that your wishes will be fulfilled after death. Most importantly, your estate plan allows you to care for family during your incapacity or after death.

We carefully develop an estate plan specific to your needs and work closely with your financial and professional advisors to ensure a comprehensive plan.

Our attorneys are experienced and capable of handling all facets of the estate planning process, including:

  • Preparing wills
  • Lifetime trusts
  • Testamentary trusts
  • Pre-marital and post-marital agreements
  • Cohabitation and property division agreements for unmarried couples
  • Preparing directives to physicians, also known as living wills
  • Designations of agents to make burial decisions
  • Coordination of burial plans
  • Organ donation directives
  • And more

We also prepare documents appointing trusted persons or institutions to assist our clients with their financial and personal needs in the event of incapacity, including:

  • Durable financial powers of attorney
  • Durable medical powers of attorney
  • Guardianship designations for minors or disabled adult children

Contact us now to learn more.