A well thought out and comprehensive estate plan is the best way to protect yourself, your assets, and the people you love. For most people, a Last Will and Testament serves as the foundation of their initial estate plan; however, a trust may be added later to help achieve additional estate planning goals.
If your family has experienced the loss of a family member or they’ve become incapacitated, our law firm can assist you with the legal process to ensure their wishes and plans for the future are carried out.
Our Client Testimonials
Linda personally shepherded us, over a period of several months through the process of setting up a trust that included in-state and out-of-state property. She helped us solve co-op issues as well. Throughout, she provided a firm guiding hand, kept moving us along--it is hard to think about "after I'm/we're gone"--to achieve goals we had set together in our initial meeting. She was thorough, made sure all the "i's" were dotted, "t's crossed. In meetings, she made excellent use of every minute, covered everything. She kept in touch regularly, was available to answer questions especially by email, and just did an all-round topnotch job. Her advice was timely, consistent, and accurate. And her fees are reasonable, especially given that she herself oversees all the work and keeps in contact with you personally.
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There’s a lot that goes into setting up a comprehensive estate plan, but with our FREE worksheet, you’ll be one step closer to getting yourself and your family on the path to a secure and happy future.
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