Protect your family and financial assets for the future, whether you have a high net worth or just want to ensure proper guardianship. Update or reimagine life plans in the event of a divorce, remarriage, adoption, or other life or financial changes. Ensure your elderly or special needs family members, pets, and other loved ones are provided with long-term caretaking and assistance.
Resolve disputes over the estate of a loved one if there has been undue influence, a mistake, lack of mental capacity, or an accounting error. Settle disputes concerning patient advocates, conservatorships, guardianships, and powers of attorney. Alleviate the stress and paperwork associated with finalizing estate plans after the death of a loved one.
You can achieve your philanthropic charitable giving goals and preserve your legacy by gifting some or all of your estate to a charitable endeavor. Consider if you want to make a contribution to a religious organization, college, medical research organization, or other qualified charitable organization in your will or during your lifetime.