We help individuals, families, and businesses find solutions to legal matters. Our areas of practice include: estate planning, wills, trusts, probate, estate administration, and real estate law. We offer a sophisticated approach that is rooted in experience, ensuring you receive the best guidance possible. Read more about our practice areas here, and contact us if you wish for further information!
Estate planning refers to the process of documenting your wishes regarding several key matters, such as the distribution of your assets upon your death, guardianship of minor children, your preferences about medical interventions and treatments, and creating powers of attorney to a trusted individual to handle matters on your behalf. Estate planning is important for people of all ages, and we are ready to put together a plan that meets your unique needs. We can help you create a will or trust to guarantee that your property will be divided among your beneficiaries according to your wishes. Reach out today for more information about our estate planning services.
Wills & Trusts
There are many questions to consider as you are planning your estate. How will your assets be distributed after you pass away? How do you preserve your legacy and keep financial assets within your family? For over 40 years, we have been helping individuals and families prepare for the future by putting the necessary structures in place, including wills, trusts, and powers of attorney. We will work with you to create an estate plan that addresses your specific needs and keeps your hard-earned assets within your family.
Probate & Estate Administration
If you have recently suffered the loss of a loved one who has not left a will, or if you have have been named the executor in a deceased individual’s will, you are now officially involved in the estate administration process. Estate administration refers to the collection and management of a deceased person’s property according to the wishes specified in the will. As an executor or estate administrator, you are responsible for overseeing the probate or administration process, making sure any creditor’s claims are honored, and dividing remaining assets among the named beneficiaries (if there is a will) or according to the law. As an estate administration attorney, we can help support you in your role as executor or administrator, making sure you perform your duties efficiently, affordably, and legally.
Real Estate Law
Before you enter into a real estate contract or transaction, it is essential that you consult an experienced real estate attorney who can look out for your best interests. If you are buying or selling commercial or residential property, a condominium unit, or a cooperative apartment, we will take the necessary steps to protect you.
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If you need help with an estate plan, estate administration, real estate matter, or starting, buying, or selling a business, we are ready to help you. For over four decades, we have served individuals, families, and businesses and helped them successfully resolve their legal issues and plan ahead. Call today to get started.