Practice Areas

Business Law

Owning a business means that you are ultimately responsible for all aspects of that business. While you get to decide how you want to operate your business, you are restricted by various rules and regulations. Whether you are just starting out and want to run a small business, or you are well established and in...

Conservatorships

A conservatorship is a legal arrangement that provides care and protection for a person who is unable to make basic decisions about their health and/or their finances. A conservator is the individual who looks after the person who needs help and that person is called the conservatee. People who are elderly or disabled are the...

Probate and Trust Administration

When you have a valuable estate, it is important to protect those assets by establishing a trust to manage your estate. Some trusts are set up by the grantor, the person who established the trust, to continue to protect their own interests or that of a survivor until they die. One objective is to avoid...

Trusts and Estate Planning

  Estate planning serves two main purposes. The first is to ensure that your wishes and finances are properly handled if you become incapacitated due to illness or injury. The second is to ensure that your assets are properly handled after your death. Creating an estate plan that effectively manages the end of your life...

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