Wills and Estates


A will is an extremely important document that assists those you leave behind with the administration of your estate.  It is not necessary to be wealthy in order to need a will.  A will is an important document to make your wishes known and is of particular importance to parents of young children as they provide their choice of guardian in the case of parents passing before their children reach the age of majority. To get started click here.

Power of Attorney for Personal Care

This important document is often referred to as a Living Will and instructs the appointed person on health and medical matters.  It provides the appointee with the decision-making authority should you require medical treatment and not be able to speak for yourself.

Power of Attorney for Property

This powerful document is a must for all adults and can be used during a period of incapacity or simply in case of situations that make it difficult to attend to your financial affairs personally.

Probate and Administration of Estates

Many estates require a Certificate of Appointment of Estate Trustee, often referred to as Probate or Estate Administration. This process verifies the Will and protects the Trustee (also known as Executor) and beneficiaries by ensuring that there are no conflicts before the estate is completed.

Estate Litigation

When Trustees or beneficiaries cannot agree on an interpretation of a Will, there is sometimes a need for court intervention. Our litigation lawyer will guide you through the process and ensure your rights are protected.