Estate Planning, Wills And Trusts Attorney
with A Personalized Approach
An Experienced Attorney, who cares about you and your family
My law firm and team offers professional and accomplished Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts, Probate, Elder Law, Asset Protection services, and more. I am an Estate Planning Lawyer that will treat you and your family with a personalized approach.
As your Estate Planning Attorney, I’m here to help you solve your immediate concerns, while always keeping your long term goals in focus. You and I have the same objectives. For instance, you may want to protect your hard-earned life savings and resources. Or, your concern may be to preserve family harmony. Your worries may be regarding the best means to protect and transfer your assets or you desire to protect and support your children. Therefore, I’m devoted to guiding you through life’s critical decisions.
In my law office, organization and planning are key. Our professional and caring team will make sure you and your family are ready to handle the uncertainty of life.
As a practicing Lawyer since 1992, I am proud to deliver the knowledgeable, skilled and comprehensive legal and practical advice that you and your family deserve. You will feel comfortable knowing you have and experienced lawyer and legal team committed to protecting you and your family.
Estate Planning does not only mean the drafting your Wills and Trusts. Schedule a complementary consultation to discuss your:
- Last Will and Testament
- Pour-Over Will
- Revocable Living Trust
- Health Care Advanced Directives
- Living Will
- Designation of Health Care Surrogate
- Durable Power of Attorney
- Asset Protection
- Business Succession Planning
- Probate Avoidance Strategies
- Long Term Care Planning and Irrevocable Trusts
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