This area of law includes counseling and advice in planning for death or disability, including drafting wills, trusts, powers of attorney, directives to physicians, prenuptial and post-nuptial agreements, and other estate planning instruments. This law firm has significant expertise in complex estate and tax planning, including integration with business ownership and transition considerations.
This area of law relates to guardianship administration for people who are incapacitated by reason of minority developmental disability, accidentally caused conditions, or degenerative age conditions. This practice area includes establishment of a guardianship, and counseling and advising guardians in guardianship administration, including interim reporting, sales of property, etc. See also Estate Planning, for planning to avoid guardianship.
This area of law involves the administration of an estate after a person dies, whether or not they had a will. This includes handling complex estate administration, including disclaimers, tax planning, any necessary litigation involved in collecting the assets and distributing them. See also Tax Planning, Estate Planning, and Guardianship Law.