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An estate attorney can help you prepare for the future.

The future is uncertain, but making a plan with an estate attorney can give you a sense of security. An estate attorney can help you during all stages of life and give you confidence that your assets and your loved ones will be protected, no matter what life has in store. Now is the perfect time to make sure your wishes are known and protected by having the proper legal documents in place.

Estate attorney

At C.W. Lachey Law, we can serve as your estate attorney in a variety of ways:

  • Prepare Legal Documents: We can help you create your first will, update an existing will that no longer reflects your life stage or wishes, draft a trust or NFA trust, create guardianship agreements, establish or change your powers of attorney, or make any other needed changes to your estate plan.
  • Navigate the Probate Process: Dealing with a loved one’s estate and the probate process can be daunting, even without the emotional toll of losing a loved one. We can help handle the complexities of the probate process and guide you through the timeline, making sure you know what to expect and helping you meet requirements and deadlines along the way.
  • Establish Small Business Estate Plans: If you own a small business, you have unique considerations when it comes to estate planning. We can help you make sure your business assets are in order and your interests are protected.

Our goal is to make sure your wishes are established and will be honored by your loved ones. We can save you and your family money and potential heartache. If you do not have an estate plan in order, there is no time like the present to prepare one. Contact us today to set up a consultation. Our estate attorneys are here to offer our clients sensitive and compassionate guidance.

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