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Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, Probate Court. It’s not just for the wealthy.  Everyone has an estate, how much estate planning you need is case specific and depends on several factors the most important of which is your specific goals.  Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, Health Care Directives;  these are just a few examples of the documents you may need in your estate plan.  

Do you have a Will? What happens to your property if you don’t have a Will? Who will be your children’s guardian? Do my minor children get access to my assets right away or when they turn 18? Your loved ones can resolve all of these questions in court after you pass away. However, your passing will be difficult alone. Save your loved ones the additional heartbreak of working through these issues and more with an estate plan. If you are in the Probate process we can help you through the system.  Contact us to set up a consultation.