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Plan for the future with confidence.

The future may be uncertain, but you don’t have to be. No matter what stage of life you’re in, there’s no time like the present to make your wishes known for the event of your passing. Your wishes are important, and an estate plan ensures that your wishes are carried out without any scruples. Whether you need to make a will, draft a trust, or make adjustments to your current estate plan, C.W. Lachey Law is here to help turn your intentions into something tangible for the future.

Estate Law

Estate law is one of our firm’s main areas of practice, and our attorney can also assist you with the creation of other documents, including powers of attorney, guardianship agreements, and NFA trusts. The old adage “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” has never been more applicable; this is one of those documents that can save thousands of dollars and years of heartache in the future for your loved ones.

The other side of estate planning is probate. If you have lost a loved one, you may be in the middle of planning a funeral and figuring out who is responsible for remaining debts. During this emotional time, it can be difficult to handle the complexities and timelines of the probate process. Here at C.W. Lachey Law, our estate law professionals can help you navigate probate court and know what to expect during each phase of the process.

We put our clients’ needs first, and this holds true whether we act as your estate planning lawyer or your probate attorney. Schedule a consultation with us if you have questions about estate law and formalizing your estate or if you need a probate lawyer to help with the probate process.


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