LIFE & DEATH

Probate, Guardianships, and Conservatorships

When crisis strikes, families face uncertainty. Well-meaning but ill-informed advisors will share stories of Aunt Sally’s estate, or little Johnny’s guardianship. To get the facts, learn the law, and discover your options, come see us. We can help you sort it all out and hopefully lift some of the burden off your shoulders during a confusing and challenging time. Call us today.

We work with you to probate estates, administer trusts, provide options and formulate strategy to protect your inheritance and provide a helping hand when you need it most. Laura is experienced in serving personal representatives, executors, trustees, and conservators and is here to help as your needs warrant.

Probate Following Death

Following the death of a loved one, you may face a range of emotions: grief, sadness, loss, anger, regret, fear of the unknown. You will also face a flood of unsolicited advice and cautionary tales that will likely have little, if any, applicability to your unique circumstances. Laura can answer your legal questions, identify issues you may not have considered, and help you navigate through the legalities that follow death.

Together, we’ll sift through the nuances of your situation and formulate a plan to address legal and practical questions. While I cannot lift the grief from your heart, I can give you answers, ease your worries, take some burden off your shoulders, and perhaps empower you, allowing you to focus on what is most important. I also have a unique network of resources ranging from financial to emotional support that we can call upon to serve your needs.

Guardianships and Conservatorships

For minor children and incapacitated adults, there may come a time when a guardianship or conservatorship is needed. Laura can walk with you through these challenges. Let us take the worry of the legal process away, so you can focus on what is most important: the well-being of your loved one.