Wills Trusts and Estate
Wills, Trusts, Living Wills, Advance Medical Directives, and Power of Attorney
Unfortunately, death and aging are inevitable. Everybody should have an estate plan, which at a minimum should include a will and health care powers of attorney. More complex estate plans often use wills and trusts to make sure property is transferred both properly and efficiently upon death. Not only do such documents help ensure that your wishes are carried out, but they also provide much needed comfort and certainty to your loved ones.
Our firm prepares wills, trusts, and “living wills” for individuals or families who have net assets of 5 million dollars or less. We believe that you shouldn’t have to spend a fortune to protect your fortune.