Everyone should have a will. Most of our clients should have a trust and a will.
While business & real estate transactions and litigation are the areas of practice where we focus, we have found that from time to time our clients need help in other areas of the law.
We draft simple and complex tax-wise wills to help our clients control where their assets go upon death. We draft trusts and related documents to ensure that our clients’ business interests and assets are handled in the manner that they see fit. No two situations are the same, but the needs of our clients are similar. Therefore, we have a limited number of related practice areas to help our clients when needed.
Disputes and litigation do arise, sometimes, when a will is probated. Hopefully this is not the case for our clients and their families, but we are ready to help, if needed.
Our firm can represent executors, administrators and trustees in all aspects of administration disputes, fiduciary issues and settlement of complex estates and trusts.
Whether litigating will disputes, representing administrators, protecting beneficiaries or counseling trustees, we actively help our clients. Our experience includes: