Wills & Estates


Our office can help you draft a new will, make changes to an existing will, draft a power of attorney, or make a living will (known as a health care directive). If you are married reciprocal wills can be drafted. Properly signed by two witnesses and a notary, the will is self-proving in that the witnesses do not need to appear in probate court to attest to their signatures on the will.


Losing a friend or a loved one can be a difficult time to deal with the practical matters of money, debt and real property the decedent leaves behind. In such cases, our office can help you navigate the probate process of settling the estate of your friend or loved one, and in ensuring a fair distribution of any assets contained in the estate.