Estate Management

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New or Updated Will

You have worked hard to earn everything you own and you don’t want the Government to decide who deserves it once you have left this earth. We can help you ensure that your loved ones are taken care of.



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Guardian of Incapacitated Person

Your loved one has become mentally or physically incapacitated with little or no notice and you need to handle their affairs and preserve their interests. We can help you protect your loved ones in their time of need.


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Probate of Estate

Your loved one has left this earth and has named you as Executor, or perhaps there wasn’t time to write a Will. You need to settle their Estate and distribute their property. We can help you in your hour of need.



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Detailed Estate Planning

You don’t want to burden your family with guessing what your final wishes may have been. We can help you plan everything from naming Godparents, length of life support, and Medical Guardian, to naming pall-bearers, your final resting place, and flowers at your final celebration.

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Estate Management Articles

Medicaid and VA Benefits

Medicaid and VA Benefits

VA Benefits & Nursing Home Medicaid You may recall from our previous blog Medicaid Eligibility and Asset Transfer that qualifying for Medicaid can sometimes be tedious. In many situations, a person has too many assets to qualify. This can get even more complicated...

The Living Will

The Living Will

Estate Planning Series Continued Welcome to entry #7 of our estate planning series—Estate Planning 101. We continue today with a discussion of the “living will,” also known as a directive to physicians or family. It’s 3:00 on a Friday afternoon and you just received...

Pro Se Probate Litigation

Pro Se Probate Litigation

Unauthorized Practice of Law & the Pro Se Litigant In all of the 50 states, an individual may not engage in the “practice of law” without a license. What does that mean? What about someone who chooses not to hire an attorney and instead wants to appear pro se?...