Having your will and powers of attorney is only the first step of your overall estate plan. Estate planning involves an in depth knowledge of tax law, family law, business law and real estate law, among other things. Our experienced lawyers will review your assets, debts, family obligations, business ventures and your personal objectives and help you draw up an estate plan that includes not only your will and powers of attorney, but also any other steps necessary to carry out your wishes. Our team of professionals is here to help you ensure that your final wishes are carried out in the most cost effective and efficient manner possible.
After a loved one has passed away, dealing with the estate can be a frustrating and confusing time. We have the compassion and experience to take you from the confusing initial stages of an estate to the final wind-up and conclusion with as little stress to you as possible.
We are also prepared to help you navigate the trying and emotional issues involved with disputing a will, making a claim against an estate and any other litigation or contentious proceedings that may come up in the course of dealing with an estate.
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