It is neither difficult nor expensive to protect your assets and your family’s future with an estate plan. With the help of one of our experienced attorneys, you can have peace of mind that your loved ones will receive your property and understand your last wishes in a manner chosen by you.

Estate planning usually starts with drafting a will or a trust, and considering use of a power of attorney. But, there are other important documents you may want to include as well, called “advance directives,” which allow you to communicate your wishes for medical care and to give decision-making authority to a trusted friend or family member.

Our attorneys are ready to help you consider all the issues involved in preparing these important documents. We will take the time to understand you, your family situation, and your goals in estate planning, to ensure your goals are achieved.