Wills, Trusts & Estates

What is a will? Do I need a will? Do I need a trust? What happens if I do not have either a will or trust? When I pass away, who would care for my children and control my property?

Our lawyers can help you find the peace of mind from knowing your assets are preserved for your family and loved ones.  When we meet, we will discuss your needs and answer your questions about estate planning.  Once we understand your estate planning needs, we will prepare an estate plan to meet your specific desires.

We can also answer questions you might have on behalf of your loved ones.  If you are concerned about the care and management of a loved one’s estate, we can discuss the process of preserving their estate and becoming a guardian and conservator for their estate.

In the event you are unable to come to the office to develop and execute estate planning documents, please discuss that with our staff and it is possible to make arrangements for an attorney to meet with you or your loved one in a hospital or assisted living facility setting.