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A comprehensive and a well-drafted estate plan can eliminate various legal questions that may come up when someone is incapacitated or when they pass away. If family members are called upon to act on your behalf in case of illness or death, an existing plan will make those difficult decisions for them and take the burden off your family.
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In the event a loved one dies without an estate plan in place, we can help you determine if probate is needed and walk you through this process.
Unlike the probate process, trust administration is a not a court-supervised process. If you have been named as the Trustee of a loved one’s Living Trust, there are certain steps you need to take. We are here to guide you along the way.