Trusts, Estates & Probate and Elder Law

Regardless of your age, or the size and complexity of your estate, an estate plan is important for everyone. An estate plan can help you appoint family members and other loved ones to receive your property after your death, as quickly and easily as possible. In certain circumstances, an estate plan can avoid the time and costs associated with the probate process by utilizing estate planning devices like trusts.

Also important are the lifetime documents such as powers of attorney, living wills and other documents that allow those you trust to make decisions when you are unable to do so.

Understanding the estate plan options that are right for you can be a complex undertaking. Our estate planning, probate and elderlaw attorneys can help you identify and solve your estate planning needs.