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Families in Crisis

Families in Crisis

You don’t have to go through it alone.

Sometimes we simply don’t get something important done before a sudden event changes everything. Other times, despite our best efforts, things don’t go according to plan.

If a loved one dies without an estate plan or was not set to avoid probate, orders from probate are required to release assets from the estate to the beneficiaries or heirs of the deceased.  Losing a loved one is always difficult and can be made much harder by the stresses of court.  We can help you make this transition as easy as possible.

If a loved one becomes incapacitated without creating a power of attorney or an advanced health care directive, a court order will be required for someone to take action for someone’s financial or health care decision.  This process is called conservatorship.  Managing the care of a loved one is always difficult, and it can be made much harder by the stresses of court.  We help our clients provide for their loved ones in their moment of need.

Estate Planning Options

Conservatorships

Probate & Estate Administration



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