Wills, Trusts, and Estates

Estate planning is a highly personal process. Our attorneys will work closely with you to craft a custom estate plan that suits your particular legal needs and wishes, while explaining the process along the way. If you want to create or amend a will or trust, create advance directives, draw up a power of attorney, or if you simply need advice regarding your existing estate planning documents, our friendly and knowledgeable lawyers can help.

Our attorneys also can advise and counsel you in probate and trust administrations, whether you are a personal representative (executor), trustee, or a beneficiary. Our attorneys have years of experience in these fields and will offer a professional, yet sensitive approach to your particular probate or trust issue.

Below are just some of the estate planning and probate issues our firm can address:

  • Prenuptual and Postnuptual Agreements
  • Powers of Attorney (financial and medical)
  • Designations of Health Care Surrogates
  • Designations Naming Preneed Guardians
  • Enhanced Life Estate (“Lady Bird”) Deeds
  • Living Wills
  • Revocable Living Trusts
  • Wills
  • Probate Administration
  • Trust Administration
  • Probate litigation
  • Trust litigation
  • Litigation involving powers of attorney
  • Will contests
  • Fiduciary litigation

While it may seem unpleasant to discuss end of life decisions, it is a necessary process to ensure that you and your family are taken care of in the way you wish, and the attorneys at the Keith Taylor Law Group will help guide you through every step of the estate planning process, and provide you with peace of mind.

You can get answers to some of the most common estate planning questions we receive from clients by visiting our Frequently Asked Questions page, where we discuss topics like how to know your last will and testament is valid, what probate is and how to avoid it, and whether your estate plan should include documents other than your last will and testament.

Please contact us today to set up an appointment with one of our attorneys to review your estate planning needs and wishes and craft a plan that works for you and your family.


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