Business planning is not just for the young, and estate planning is not only for the elderly. Our philosophy in providing both business and estate planning legal advice and services is that the two areas are sides of the same coin (leaves from the same tree) and should be considered at the same time. For example, when you buy a house, get married, adopt a child, or set up a business, you should also plan for the disposition of your assets. These are good examples of business and estate planning combined. The wisest course in these instances is to plan well in advance of a circumstance that would put your assets at risk.
If you have significant assets, the firm’s wealth planning services will be of particular interest to you. These services encompass more sophisticated estate planning techniques such as family limited partnerships and planned charitable giving, among others, that protect assets as well as result in the most favorable tax treatment.
We provide the following practice Areas:
- Business Law / Business Succession Planning
- Estate Planning
- Estate Administration
- Estate Litigation
- Elder Law
- Real Estate
- Fiduciary Litigation