Our attorneys can help with everything from the “basic” documents to mutigenerational trusts.


Generally, most clients need at least a Will, an Advance Medical Directive (or Living Will), and a Durable Power of Attorney. Depending on your circumstances and objectives, we may also recommend a Revocable Trust, a Testamentary Trust, an Irrevocable Trust, a Charitable Remainder Trust, or a combination of them. We will listen to your needs and goals and tailor a plan accordingly, taking into account estate and income tax ramifications. Although the planning process may seem complicated at first, we strive to make our documents understandable for our clients, and to avoid unnecessary or costly complications