Estate planning can

  • Help determine what happens to your property when you die or are incapacitated
  • Help you avoid probate, keeping family matters private
  • Protect assets from creditors

Some common estate planning tools includes a durable power of attorney, a healthcare directive, a will, and trusts. Every estate has different needs and often requires a unique analysis to fit the goals of the client.

If you’d like to learn more about estate planning, please call (714) 805-9623, (424) 205-8058, or ‪(505) 658-4320‬ to get the conversation started.

The content on this website cannot be considered as legal advice, and it does not create an attorney-client relationship.

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