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Wills & Estates


We are pleased to offer you the following services to help plan your family's future:

Estate Planning & Administration


Our attorneys are committed to helping families and individuals meet their personal estate planning goals, and counseling clients on techniques to transfer assets to their loved ones. 


We meet personally with our clients to review their personal and financial information as well as their goals and objectives for their family members. In addition to learning about our clients and their goals, we educate them about issues affecting wealth transfer such as:


  • Wills and Trusts

  • Probate and Trust Administration

  • Alternatives to Estate Administration


In administering your estate, we are fully prepared to provide you with the following services:


  • Inventory and Asset Management

  • Distribution of Estate Assets

  • Proper Filing of Documents

  • Will or Trust Interpretation

Wills & Powers of Attorney


Your will is the most important document you will ever prepare and is the keystone of your estate plan.  It explains how your assets will be distributed and how your dependents will be cared for after you die.  If the will is properly prepared, it ensures that your wishes on these matters will be carried out.  In addition, a comprehensive estate plan will reduce the stress, expense and time that it takes to deal with the death or incapacity of family members and loved ones.


We can help you with your estate and trust planning needs, by providing you with the following tools and services:


  • General Power of Attorney

  • Continuing Power of Attorney for Property

  • Personal Care Planning

  • Testamentary Trusts

  • Henson Trusts

  • Will Planning

  • Probate

  • Advice to Executors, Trustees, Attorneys, Guardians and Beneficiaries

Notary & Commissioner of Oaths


A notary public is an individual who can witness oaths, solemn affirmations, statutory declarations or the signing of affidavits. A notary public may also certify documents to be true copies of the original.  Documents are notarized to prove their authenticity and to ensure that they are properly executed.


A commissioner of Oaths is authorized to take Oath or Solemn affirmation when the Declarant makes a declaration and sign on an affidavit or statutory declaration


As notaries and commissioners of oaths, we offer a variety of services to our clients such as:


  • Certified True Copies (photocopy of a primary document which is certified as a true copy of the original)    

  • Commission a Proof of Loss for Insurance Purposes

  • Commission Affidavits for Court and Other Matters

  • Notarize Children Travel Consent Letters when Travelling Abroad

  • Certificate of True Likeness

  • Notarize Diplomas

  • Notarizing Letters of Invitation

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