Practice Areas

Estate Planning

Includes: Last Will and Testament, Revocable Living Trust, Irrevocable Trust, Durable Financial Power of Attorney (FPOA), Health Care Power of Attorney (HCPOA), Living Will

Last Will and Testament

Legal document outlining what you would like to happen with your assets, including guardianship of minor children,
incapacitated adults and other matters upon your death.

Revocable Living Trust

Acts as a will substitute but avoids the probate process. Can be amended during your lifetime.

Durable Financial Power of Attorney (FPOA)

Legal document outlining who will make financial decisions should you become incapacitated. You can place limitations of the Agent’s ability to act. FPOA ends upon your death.

Health Care Power of Attorney (HCPOA)

Legal document outlining who will make medical decisions should you become incapacitated. You may indicate religious factors for the agent to consider. HCPOA ends upon your death.

Living Will

Things to consider at the end phase of your life when you have no realistic hope of recovery including irreversible brain damage.

Probate & Trust Administration

Includes: settling a Decedent’s
Estate with or without a Last Will
and Testament or Trust

Special Needs Planning

Includes: First Party Self-Settled & Third
Party Supplemental Special Needs Trusts,
ABLE Accounts

Guardianships

Includes: Contested & Uncontested minors & incapacitated individuals

Elder Law

Includes: Long Term Care Planning,
Medicaid Planning, & Applications
and Veteran Benefits & Application

Tax Planning & Returns

Includes: Inheritance, Income, Gift
& Estate

Asset Protection Plan

Includes: Through review & planning
for nonexempt & exempt assets

Business Planning

Includes: Succession planning, business formation, partnership agreements,
501 (c) formation & applications, lease agreements, buy-sell agreements & post-nuptial agreements