Losing a loved one is difficult enough without the added stress of having to make important financial decisions while grieving. If you are faced with the prospect of probating a loved one’s estate, chances are you have plenty of questions. This free report has the answers.
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I have a different philosophy than many attorneys. My goal is to form and maintain long term relationships with my clients; not to provide legal documents on a transactional basis. I am blessed to be a happy husband, a proud father and a joyful pet owner. I have always felt that a life well lived is one filled with connections to others.
I chose to focus a significant portion of my practice on Life Planning because I believe planning for the future eliminates the potential for future controversy and chaos, and provides for present peace of mind. Our lives are filled with uncertainty. Young or old; single, married or in a relationship; if you have children, plan to have children or not; or if you have pets or charities that you wish to provide for, everyone needs a personal plan to address that uncertainty. Without one, state laws may control what happens to you, your family and your financial and personal legacy.