Wills & Trusts



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If you are considering filing a will or designating a trust, it is important to speak with an attorney who has the knowledge and experience to help you through the process.

Our practice includes:

  • Estate Planning

  • Last Will & Testament

  • Living Will

  • Real Estate Forms

  • Power of Attorney

  • Trustee Transfers

  • Living Trust

Wills and Trusts are Designed to Protect The Ones You Love

These are matters that are often postponed by families in the prime of their years because facing the possibility of an early demise is uncomfortable. If that describes you, consider what can happen should you die intestate (passing away without a will or trust):

  • The State determines who gets what

  • Or the State determines who in your family will handle the estate distribution

  • The court determines who will take care of your minor children

  • Or a family member can petition the court for custody of your minor children

  • Do you really want those decisions made by the State or the courts? Of course, you don’t. That’s why it’s important to get these matters taken care of now. The loss of a loved one is a stressful matter. When a person dies without a will, the matter may become even more complicated. Similarly, you want to make sure there is someone in place should you become disabled and unable to manage your affairs. Having the court appoint a conservator can be a painful process.

    Contact an Estate Planning Attorney Who Has Over 25 Years of Experience

    Our firm invites you to contact us today regarding your will or estate planning issues. We understand the importance of preserving your future, and we have the experience in and knowledge of Alabama law to help families in planning or administering estates. We offer efficient, skillful representation that accommodates your needs.

    It is important to ensure that your will is updated in order to protect your family and preserve your assets.