Including trusts, wills, special needs trusts planning, probate avoidance, estate and income tax planning, trust decanting, asset protection, gift planning and health and financial powers of attorney. Learm More.
Probate is the legal proceeding that occurs when a person dies. In most cases, probate can be avoided through the use of a trust instrument.
Including large and small estates, informal and formal probate, trust and estate administration, irrevocable trust termination or modifications and private family agreements. Learn More.
Including will contests, family disagreements, and fiduciary malfeasance. Learn More.
In which a client is injured due to auto accident or other event. Learn More.
Relating to transfer of title to real property in a decedent’s name, transfer of property to or from a client’s trust, and satisfying title company requirements which arise upon the sale of real estate. Learn More.
Including Limited Liability Companies, Partnerships and Corporations, also including minutes of annual and special meetings to preserve the status of the entity and succession planning. Learn More.
Including prenuptial agreements contemplated before marriage and postnuptial contracts signed after marriage. Learn More.
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