Estate

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Simple disputes among family members can balloon into courtroom litigation. We’ve seen it happen, and that’s why we launched our Estate practice.

Maybe you’re concerned about your loved one’s ability to manage their own health, property and finances. As a litigation team, our attorneys are eager to take on these complicated cases. Learn more about guardianships and conservatorships.

Or maybe you are a parent who knows that securing your family’s future through writing your will or a trust is essential and long overdue. Have you considered how to communicate your desires for your estate in the event you were incapacitated but still living? These can be uncomfortable issues to confront, but our attorneys will walk you through the various options that exist to secure you and your family’s future. Learn more about how we can help you with a will, trust, advance medical directive and power of attorney.