None of us like to think about our own mortality or the possibility of being unable to make decisions for ourselves.
We help our clients ensure their family is taken care of with a well developed plan should something happen unexpectedly.
We take pride in offering guidance for families that wish to set up Special Needs Trusts so loved ones with disabilities get the medical attention and level of care they deserve. There are several types of trusts specific to clients' needs.
A guardian is often a family member or trusted friend of the family charged with protecting the best interest of a person that becomes incapacitated or incompetent and cannot manage their own financial or personal affairs.