Helping Your Family Move Forward

Practice Areas

Estate Planning

Decide now to plan for the future so you can have the peace of mind that comes from having a solid plan in place.

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Wills & Trusts

Creating a will or trust can help protect your assets from the probate process after you are gone.

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Avoiding Probate

Taking proactive measures to avoid probate is the best way to protect your assets from being used to settle debts.

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Estate Planning FAQs

Do you understand your estate plan? Do you know what to include in it? All of your questions have answers.

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Family Law

Planning for your family starts with protecting them; when that involves the court you need experienced counsel.

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Child Custody

If you are negotiating child custody arrangements, you need a solid advocate on your side.

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Divorce

The amount of unnecessary pain and money spent on family law is staggering. I can help you through it.

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Divorce Mediation

Mediation gives you privacy and allows you to control the proceedings and keep your case confidential.

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Domestic Violence

If you have been a victim of domestic violence, you need aggressive advocacy during this difficult time in your life.

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Do You Understand Your Estate Plan?

After you have completed your estate plan, it is easy to set other subsequent estate planning responsibilities aside.

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Estate Planning For Your Second Marriage

Any significant life change can affect their beneficiaries and heirs in your estate plan - your will and trusts.

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Amending An Estate Plan

It is critical to understand that this plan is not set in stone because your needs and relationships can change over time.

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Minimizing Estate Taxes

If your estate’s worth exceeds the estate tax threshold, you can minimize federal taxes on your assets.

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Revocable Living Trusts

A Revocable Trust allows you to revise your trust throughout your life and alter the terms and transfer assets.

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