Estate Planning

Estate Planning requires that the lawyer learns about you, your property, your family and any of your special needs, to properly plan for an orderly and hopefully “tax free” passage of your property to the ultimate beneficiary. This often involves the use of trusts so as to avoid or minimize taxes and/or to protect the property from mismanagement by the inexperienced or disabled beneficiaries. Please contact us to request our estate planning questionnaire, which will allow us to assist you in the preparation of your wills and trusts.