Wills & Estate Planning
Everyone needs a will unless you are happy leaving the state to settle your estate.
But wills are as individual as the people who need them. From simple wills to trusts and complex estate planning for generations to come, we have the expertise to provide you with a customized estate plan, employing the estate planning tools that best fit your individual needs.
Whether you are single, married, have children, have a partner or significant other for whom you would like to provide, a well-drafted will and estate plan ensures that your assets go where you want them to, whether that be to friends, family, your spouse, or charity. Based on your needs, we will discuss with you whether any estate planning documents are required at all. If you're unmarried but have people for whom you'd like to provide, a well-drafted will or trust is critical.
Changes to your status, such as divorce or new relationships, should always be reflected in your estate planning documents. We can also assist you in preparing documents that direct your healthcare and financial affairs should you become incapacitated or need immediate help in making these important decisions. We work closely with our clients to identify their unique estate planning goals and maximize giving under estate tax rules.
After your estate plan is in place, our attorneys will assist you with the administration and management of your plan and updating your plan as your family and business needs change.