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Take a couple hours to ensure your affairs are in order.

A well thought out estate plan can provide you and your loved ones with peace of mind and it doesn't need to cost a fortune.

Every person should have an estate plan regardless of age or assets. Most estate plans are comprised of the following:

  • Will, with or without a trust for minor children

  • Power of Attorney

  • Healthcare Directive (aka Living Will) 


These documents allow for you to decide how your assets are distributed, provide for the people in your life, prepare for an emergency and appoint someone to make health care decisions for you when you are unable to speak for yourself.  

Estate Planning, Wills, Trusts & Real Estate Documents


When a person dies without a will the state law determines who receives that person's assets and who will be the representative of the estate and guardian of minor children.  Take a couple hours to make sure your assets go to those you choose and your loved ones are taken care of.  Call or email to make an appointment to create an estate plan that works for you.

  • Wills

  • Power of Attorney

  • Healthcare Directive

  • Probates

  • Prenuptial Agreements

  • Real Estate Documents

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