Estate Planning

Wills

Many people wrongfully assume that writing a will merely determines who will receive what assets in the event of your death, but the reality is wills can be incredibly complicated.

Trusts

A legal trust is one of the oldest methods for preserving assets in the event of a death. While it is similar to a will, a trust has several unique advantages, but it will take an experienced estate planning attorney to help you determine if a trust is right for you.

Power of Attorney

While wills and trusts can help your loved ones fulfill your wishes in the event of your death, there are some instances in which you are alive, but unable to take care of yourself. Preparing for moments like these with a power of attorney can ensure your interests are protected.

Living Wills

Death is an extremely emotional event that can be fraught with difficult decisions for families. By completing a living will, you can leave instructions for your family regarding your wishes for end-of-life care.

Asset Protection

When you work hard to accrue wealth, you want to do everything in your power to protect your interests from a wide variety of predators. To best protect your assets, you need to carefully plan ahead with an experienced attorney.

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