Wills, Probate, Elder Care and End of Life Planning

Everyone should have a will, heath care proxy, living will, and durable power of attorney to assist their loved ones in the event of a crisis. How will your estate be distributed after you die? Who will care for your children if something happens to you? How can you ensure that your wishes for your health care and financial affairs will be carried out if you are incapacitated? These critical issues can be addressed at a very modest expense.

We also provide estate and tax planning services so you can have peace of mind that after you pass away your possessions are transferred how you want them, to whom you want them, with decreased expense and trouble for your loved ones. From the simplest plan for those of modest means, to the most complex for clients with large estates, we can explain your options in a comprehensive fashion and craft a plan to reach your individual goals.

We also offer our seasoned clients and their families advice on how to adequately prepare for assisted living or nursing home residency while protecting assets for the next generation.