Wills and Trusts
Our attorneys provide a comprehensive approach to personal estate planning, including incapacity planning, establishment of Trusts and Wills, as well as gift and tax planning. Our firm seeks to provide the best way for you to take care of your family, both during lifetime and after death. We find drafting documents to meet each client’s specific needs and desires to be challenging and fulfilling. In a Will, for example, parents can name a Guardian of the person and a Trustee of the property of their young children. Parents can also control the timing and amount of distributions to their children through a Trust. Grandparents often find fulfillment in making provision for their grandchildren. Blended families find peace in knowing that their spouse can be provided for and also have assurance that their children will receive the assets remaining after their spouse’s death. More complex estates may include the establishment of a testamentary trust, living trust or irrevocable life insurance trust.