Meet Your Team

A Team that's in it for the Long Haul

Our role as your counsel goes far beyond drafting any one document. We create well-rounded, all-encompassing legal plans and stay in touch to ensure your plan is keeping up with changes in your life and changes in the law.

Areas of Practice

We help you prepare for both the expected and the unexpected.

Estate Planning

It’s never too early to secure an estate plan. Contact us to discuss the options available to you.
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Probate & Trust Administration

If you’ve lost a loved one, we’ll handle the legalities so you can focus on what matters most.
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Special Needs Planning

Let’s design a plan that caters to the needs of your physically or mentally disabled loved one.
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Child Protection Planning

Use this service to make your wishes regarding your children known and legally recognized.
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Business Law & Planning

We help business owners form entities, draft and review contracts, and create succession plans.
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Elder Law & Long-Term Care

Secure your long-term plan now to minimize future complications for you and your loved ones.
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Let Our Experience Guide You
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My grandfather's passing was extremely hard on my family, especially when legal issues became a factor. Ever since, I've made it my life's work to prevent the same thing from happening to other families.
Jennifer Walker

We know from both personal and professional experience how hard it can be to lose a loved one. That’s why we strive to minimize the legal and financial burdens of loss as much as we can. Not only that, but we believe it’s crucial that your family is fully aware of your wishes in the event that you can no longer declare those wishes for yourself.

By taking preemptive actions now, you could be saving your loved ones a great deal of time, stress, and money in the future. And don’t worry — we’ll be there to answer their questions if they need us.

This process doesn't have to be overwhelming.

let's sit down and talk about your options.

How we help you plan with confidence

1. Listen & Educate

To start, we want to learn about your needs, goals, and concerns. In turn, we will guide you to fully understand your options.

2. Build A Plan That Fits

Next, we build your plan from scratch. Since it’s designed specifically for you, you won’t find another one out there quite like it.

3. Check in Regularly

As your life changes, your legal plan needs to be adjusted to match. That’s why, every few years, we call for a friendly check-in.

What our clients have to say

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It is ordinarily assumed that wealthy people will leave the majority of their assets to their children. However, if a wealthy person does not have any children, then something else needs to be done with the assets.

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A rapidly growing number of Americans are choosing to wed later. If you are one of the many individuals planning a later-in-life marriage, you should include a trip to your estate-planning attorney on the list of things to do before you say “I do.”

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Past Matters

Get your peace of mind

It’s natural to have some anxiety about building a legal plan — especially if you’ve never worked with an attorney before. But rest assured, we want to make this process as simple and stress-free for you as possible. That’s why we’ve built our practice with a focus on educating and guiding our clients rather than dictating their decisions for them.

So, if you’re looking to partner with an approachable legal team — or even if you just want to get a few questions answered — we encourage you to give us a call.

Your Partner for Life

If you decide to make us your legal team, we want you to rest easy knowing that we have your best interests at heart, now and always.

As we work together, there are three things we will strive to give you: 1) the knowledge you need to make informed decisions, 2) the confidence to put those decisions into action, and 3) the comfort of knowing you can call whenever you need us — whether it’s to ask a simple question tomorrow or make a large-scale change 20 years down the road.