Need Planning or Probate?
Most people never get around to creating a basic plan to make things easier for the loved ones we all eventually leave behind.
Self-Proving Last Will & Testament
Ensure your last wishes are followed without the need for your family to call witnesses into probate court.
Power of Attorney (POA)
Secure financial planning with a trusted agent who can transact business if you cannot.
Living Will / Health Care Surrogate Directive
Appoint someone you trust to make health care decisions if you become incapacitated.
Prenups & Marriage Agreements
Pre- and post-marriage agreements can be useful estate planning tools to protect a loved one.
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An experienced attorney is sometimes necessary to represent a family's interest in an estate dispute.
Probate a Will & Set up new Estate
After the loss of a loved one, the will should be recorded and their affairs closed down properly with the probate court.
Breach of Fiduciary Duty
Sometimes those trusted with a family member's wishes do not fulfill their legal duties and the court must be notified.
Will Contest / Inheritance & Beneficiary Disputes
Family members may have to sue if they believe undue influence or other issues have occurred.
Guardianship & Disability Court
Probate court can protect minors and other individuals in certain situations.
Name changes for children or adults
Depending on the circumstances, changing someone's name can be a simple process.
Justin is an outstanding lawyer. He is very knowledgable about the laws and really cares about helping his clients. . . . I will continue to use his services for estate planning . . . and I would highly recommend him to anyone."Kevin R.