When a loved one passes, we take the time to remember them and begin to take steps to heal. During this time, we also have to contend with the settling of their estate and everything that entails. Sometimes, in order to settle your loved one's estate you have to go through a process called Probate. Probate is designed to create a “final accounting” upon death. It is the legal process of verifying that a Will is valid, and takes place in one of two instances. If a person dies leaving behind a … Read More about Probate: The Process of Settling an Estate
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From planning for your personal future to helping you care for your loved ones when they no longer can properly care for themselves, we provide objective legal advice while respecting family dynamics.
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When it comes to Estate Planning, our goal is to make sure our clients consider all their options, make the best decisions for themselves and their loved ones, and create a comprehensive plan that will suit their needs and help them find peace of mind. What do we mean by peace of mind? For parents, it means finding peace in knowing that your children will have a plan in place to guide them through your final wishes. It will make the process of finalizing your estate less complicated. A comprehensive … Read More about Estate Planning and Peace of Mind
Surprising to some, a large part of estate planning involves, not what you leave behind, but your life, as it’s happening now! Just think... if something happened on your way home today or you develop dementia... and you couldn't access your bank account or pay your bills, who could do that for you? If you don't have a Financial Power of Attorney in place, your spouse or child may need to go to Probate Court to get authority to handle your finances on your behalf. As estate planning attorneys, we … Read More about Financial Power of Attorney: Planning for Life
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Dealing with estate planning, divorce, incapacitation, and death can be daunting, but we aim to make the process as easy as possible on you. We will be by your side, advocating for your best interests until we have reached the best possible outcome for you and your loved ones. Get in touch to see how our attorneys can help.