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Estate Planning Wills Trusts – Superior legal expertise concerning estate planning. Our law firm can provide expert assistance in drafting or updating a Wills, trusts, estates, health care proxy, living will, Codicil, revocable trust, irrevocable trust, special needs trust, elder law, asset protection, taxation, probate, surrogates court, winding down a business, etc.

The goal of our estate planning practice is to provide families with practical solutions to individual estate planning concerns, with an emphasis on the tax ramifications and legal ramifications of various estate plans.

Planning and providing for you and your family’s future, in the event of your death, is one of the most important actions you can take in your lifetime. We also help plan happens if you and your spouse were to pass away simultaneously especially if you have children.

Without this planning, at minimum, your assets may not be distributed according to your wishes.

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Elder Law

Health Care Proxy

Living Will

Power of Attorney

Trusts (Revocable, Irrevocable, and Special Needs)


Many people put off drafting a will, however, this mistake is likely to fail to preserve for your heirs what it took a lifetime to achieve. The phrase “you can’t take it with you” comes to mind. Since you cannot “take it with you” your assets will go somewhere. You want to control who gets what with your will.

Property that passes automatically (like life insurance) is called non-probate property. It does not have to pass through a court process to get to the beneficiaries. However, probate property (like real property under your name) must go through probate court. The probate court will allow distribution to your heirs according to the terms of your Will, after the Will goes through a special proceeding.

A properly executed Will allows you to choose those individuals or organizations who will receive your property at your death. Unless special circumstances arise, i.e., the Will is contested, the court will enforce your wishes as to the distribution of your property.

If you die without a Will, the property that you own in your own name will be distributed according to your state’s law of descent and distributions. This is referred to as intestate distribution. The state’s Will is an inflexible pattern of distribution that may not provide for the distribution you prefer.

You need a will as part of your estate plan.

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