Estate Planning, Trust Administration,
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Practice Areas

Estate Planning

Almost everyone can benefit from an estate plan. Young or old, wealthy or middle class, a properly written and executed estate plan defines how you want your assets to be owned, managed and preserved during your lifetime as well as how you want them to be disbursed after you are gone.

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Probate

A Probate proceeding may be necessary after a person passes away to determine the property included in their estate and how and to whom that property should be distributed.

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Trust Administration

After a person passes away, a Trustee must manage property and assets held, according to the terms of the trust.

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Conservatorship

A Conservatorship allows an adult to help care for the daily needs and/or finances of an adult who can no longer do so themselves. 

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Guardianship

There are two types of guardianship. A guardianship of the person is when a court orders someone other than the child’s parent to have full legal and physical custody of the child. A guardianship of the person may be necessary if a child’s parents can no longer care for the child. A guardianship of estate is when a court orders a person to manage a child’s property for the benefit of the child. A guardianship of estate may become necessary if the child inherits money from a family member or receives a large settlement.

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Special Needs Trusts

A special needs trust can allow a disabled person to maintain needs-based government benefits despite having assets that exceed the benefit limits.

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Trust & Estate Litigation

Sometimes trust and estate administration, conservatorships or guardianships do not go as smoothly as planned. Disputes happen, and those disputes can lead to litigation.

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Trust & Estate Mediation

Not all disputes require litigation. Mediation is a private and confidential alternative to litigation that can allow parties to come to an agreement without all the time and cost associated with litigation.

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