The hardest part of putting your affairs in order is overcoming procrastination. There are few things in life more overwhelming than planning for who to leave assets to, who to put in charge, who makes medical decisions for you, or even who cares for your child if you cannot. We guide people to completing this process and have many years of experience doing so.

Things like this get done by setting up a time on your calendar to meet and discuss what you want. We would be glad to help. Our clients are generally greatly relieved when their plans are in place.

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