There are many tools to help you effectively plan your estate and one of the most important is your will. Properly drafted and up-to-date, a will ensures an orderly and efficient distribution of your estate.
Managing your property and finances can be difficult, especially during times of infirmity or incapacity. A proper power of attorney document can appoint a person in advance to make these decisions on your behalf.
There are times when the administration of an estate or power of attorney does not go as planned. Executors, beneficiaries, and other interested parties may need guidance to resolve conflicts and, when required, navigate through the Court process.