Wills & Estates

It is important to provide for your loved ones in the event of your death. Who will act as guardian for your children? Who will receive your hard-earned property and assets? The firm has advised clients and prepared documents to answer these and many other questions in the area of wills and estate planning. Some areas of wills and estate planning includes the following:

  • Durable power of attorney
  • Living wills
  • Medical powers of attorney
  • Power of attorney
  • Wills

The death of a loved one can cause tremendous sadness and stress, especially when legal and tax issues involving the opening and wrapping up of an estate are involved. The firm can handle the legal aspects of administering your loved one's estate so you can work through the grieving process without the headache of figuring out what to write on register of wills or tax form.

Estates and probate law involves the following:

  • Closing out the estate
  • Creditors
  • Distribution of assets to beneficiaries
  • Estate income taxes
  • Estate taxes
  • Final accounting
  • First accounting
  • Harnessing or finding the assets
  • Inventory of assets
  • Probate will
  • Register of wills
  • Waivers