We specialize in the following practices
A will provides instructions for how someone wants his or her property treated after death.
Trusts are independent entities that can own and convey assets.
Persons with disabilities may be entitled to Medicaid and other public benefits.
When someone dies, courts supervise how his or her assets pass to survivors.
Disabled adults who are unable to manage their property or make their own health care decisions may need a court to designate someone else to serve on their behalf.
Some senior adults may benefit from specialized attention to their finances and living arrangements.
People may challenge whether a will or a trust is valid, disagree with its interpretation or question its enforcement.