We're here to help you have the peace of mind that comes with knowing you are ready for anything life throws at you.
Prepare yourself, prepare your loved ones.
Your level of preparation should be what works for you and makes you and your loved ones comfortable. For many, that is simply a will, living will, health care power of attorney, and durable power of attorney. In addition, we will discuss the ways to simplify the transfer of your property after your passing. For example, Probate proceedings for a home can be avoided without the complications of a living trust by using a transfer on death beneficiary designation affidavit. We'll meet with you to help you decide.
When a loved one passes away, the funeral is just the first step in getting things in order. Frequently real estate, bank accounts, automobiles, and other property will be in the name of your deceased loved one. You might be the Executor of their estate, which means you are responsible to ensure everything is accounted for and distributed properly.
We can help you with the steps that are needed to ensure everything gets to the person it should get to and that the ownership is properly transferred. Sometimes, the Probate Court is not even needed for the property to get where it needs to go, and we'll use the most efficient and legal means to settle the estate.
Buying and selling real estate is one of the biggest financial events most of us will ever be a part of. If you are buying or selling land without a real estate agent, consider giving us a call to see how we can help while keeping your costs low.
Change is inevitable. It is never easy to end a marriage, but we strive to make it uncomplicated. If your marriage is already over, but you and your spouse have not done the "paperwork" to make it official, consider giving us a call to help you move on.
Exercise your second amendment rights within the boundaries of the law.
We're here to answer your questions on legal ownership, storage, use, and transportation of firearms.