Planning ahead for matters such as death or incapacity can cause an array of emotions. However, planning ahead for your family is in everyone's best interest. It avoids unneccesary financial stress, court time and conflicts. It also allows you to be in control of your life and finances in the event that you do become incapacitated. Legal instruments such as A Power of Attorney, Living Will and a Last Will and Testament are great ways to begin to plan for your future.
Divorce is confusing, convoluted and consuming physically, emotionally, and financially. My Goal is to provide my clients with the most efficient, cost effective and supportive representation as possible. During matters such as divorce emotions are at an all time high and the ability to make decisions in the best interest of the family and the individual may become blurred. Therefore, I am here to provide guidance and counseling that best meet my client's needs.
I believe that though families may not last as one unit per se, they do have the ability to come to a compromise if they are provided the proper counseling. I believe that people naturally want to live in a civil world and it is my hope to provide them with the support and representation in which they need to meet their own familial and individual goals.
LGBT Estate Planning
LGBT Family matters are very complex and confusing because of the ever changing political climate. LGBT individuals need to be diligent in protecting their assets and dignity until there is full equality across the board. A great way to do that is to have all estate planning documents in order, such as, Power of Attorney, Health Care Directives, Last Will and Testament and Trusts. These legal instruments are vital to LGBT individuals and their families.