Addressing the Concerns of Families
Protecting your family from unnecessary emotional harm is likely among your chief concerns in life. With life's ups and downs, this task can be quite challenging. I will try to understand the challenges facing you and your family. I strive to offer the guidance you need to traverse the legal process necessary to create your estate plan, administer an estate or establish a guardianship or conservatorship.
Everyone Needs an Estate Plan
Everyone (i.e. opposite sex couples, same sex couples, single people and divorced people) should have some estate planning documents. Wills, Powers of Attorney, Living Wills, Trusts, Beneficiary Deeds, Designated Beneficiary Agreements and Disposition of Last Remains are some of the documents that can simplify the transfer of your assets or clearly appoint someone to make decisions for you.