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Everyone, regardless of financial status, should have an estate plan with at least three pieces: a will, a financial power of attorney, and a healthcare power of attorney (sometimes called a “living will”). Some situations call for more (possibly a living trust), but very few need less. Let us help you find peace of mind when you hand the keys over to the future.
Our team helps you define and achieve your estate planning goals by using a wide range of techniques. From simple wills and powers of attorney to complex trust strategies and irrevocable life insurance trusts (ILITs), we help you protect your assets and provide for the generations to come.