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Estate planning is important for everyone. It is a vital component of your financial well-being. A comprehensive estate plan will ensure that your loved ones are cared for, your specific wishes are carried out, and your legacy is preserved.

Wills, Trusts, Durable Powers of Attorney & Advance Health Care Directives



Assisting Trustees With Performing Their Duties In Accordance With Trust's Terms And State Law

Many persons elect to establish a revocable inter vivos trust as the centerpiece of their estate plans to avoid the probate of their estates upon their deaths. The process of administering and distributing a trust at death is much simpler, less time-consuming, and can be completed at considerably less expense than if that property had to be probated. 


Expert Guidance For Navigating The Complexities of the Probate Process

When someone dies without a Trust, their estate must be probated. Probate is the court-supervised process of authenticating a Will (if the decedent made one), locating and determining the value of the decedent's assets, paying the final bills and taxes, and distributing the estate to the rightful heirs/beneficiaries.

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