Practice Areas

estate planning

Estate planning is a vital tool that individuals and families often fail to use to implement prior to a crisis occurring. Our firm is here to explain, guide and help our clients understand what is the best planning tool for them and how to best accomplish their goals. We can draft Wills, Trusts (including Special Needs Trusts), Health Care Directives, Living Wills, Powers of Attorney as well as amendments to previously drafted estate planning documents.


The probate process involves settling the estate of a person after he or she dies. Probate involves the payment of debts to creditors and the distribution of any assets remaining in the decedent’s name to beneficiaries. The probate process can be confusing and stressful but our firm can assist to make the process as seamless as possible.


Guardianship involves the legal process by which family, friends or an interested person can seek to protect an individual’s person and/or property. Whether it is an elderly parent who can no longer take care of himself or herself or a minor who has inherited property that needs to be protected, our firm can assist with establishing a guardianship that is tailored to meet the individual’s specific needs.

Medicaid/Long-term Care Planning

Medicaid and Long-Term Care Planning is another tool to protect assets by applying the rules for Medicaid benefits. If you're concerned about having enough funds to maintain your or your loved one’s level of care, we can help guide and assist you.