Estate Planning & Probate
Helping you protect your family.
Providence Law Group provides an extensive and comprehensive set of legal services to help you make the best choices in the sometimes-difficult realm of Probate law. We have experience in virtually all areas of Probate, including wills, trusts, advanced medical directives, estate administration, will contests, and other matters. We will take the time to talk with you and understand your goals and objectives, then create a plan that lets you clearly document your wishes upon your death.
Estate law and probate issues are something that everyone must address at some point in their lives. Those with significant assets or with an established business such as a private medical practice especially need to understand estate law rules and make plans to protect what they have spent their lives building.
At Providence Law Group, we represent anyone who wants to prepare for old age and death, or who need help in the process of dealing with the legal challenges that come with the death of a loved one. We represent clients in all aspects of planning their estate or in probating the will of a loved one who has passed away. Understanding Estate Law and Probate Estate law is a broad area that involves many issues and legal documents to address how you will be treated in old and age how your assets will be handled after you have passed away. Providence Law Group estate planning services include:
Long-term care planning
Power of attorney and advanced directives for end-of-life care
Drafting a will
Creating trusts and estates
Planning for the transfer of your practice upon death
We can create a comprehensive plan to protect your assets and ensure that your wishes are carried out after your death. Through the use of trusts and other advanced estate planning techniques, we will work to protect you. After an individual’s death, the will must be probated, and the wishes of the deceased carried out. We represent individuals in all aspects of the probate process, including contesting wills if questions arise as to their validity.
Contact Providence Law Group. We understand how traumatic it is to lose a loved one and we aim to make the process easier for you by taking the legal issues off your plate. We will protect your legal rights and handle the technicalities so you can focus on grieving for the loved one you lost. Contact our probate and estate planning attorneys today to learn how we can help.
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Contact our office today to discuss your Estate Planning and Probate questions with an attorney. Get in touch so we can start working together.