No matter your age, it is crucial to have a set plan in place for when you pass away. I can help you prepare in a variety of ways, including the creation of a will or trust, or any other elder law matters you may come across. With over 20 years of experience with estate planning and elder law, I can help you make strategic decisions for your future.
I earned my Juris Doctor degree from the University of Oklahoma College of Law in 2000 and also studied law at Queens College, Oxford University in the United Kingdom.
My education and my two decades of legal experience have provided me with many opportunities to grow my knowledge of estate planning law and develop a strong passion for helping people prepare for their future. Contact my office today to schedule a free consultation so we can evaluate your options and opportunities.
No matter where you are in life, where you are going, how many cars you have, or how big your house is — it's important to set up a strategic and detailed plan that values and distributes all of your hard-earned assets to your loved ones once you pass away.
Wills are written to declare where you want your bank balances, property, or sentiments to go once you pass away. Failure to have this document requires the state to distribute your assets, removing any control or say from you or your loved ones during the process.
Similar to wills, trusts allow you to distribute your belongings, but these are used for more specific assets, like a house or car. A trust can also be used in the event that the beneficiary is underage. Once they turn 18, they will then take possession of the trust and its contents.
If you become incapacitated, you will need someone to make financial and medical decisions in the event that you won’t be able to communicate them yourself. Appoint a loved one that you trust to make the best decision for you and your well-being.
After more than two decades practicing estate planning law and assisting families through the process, I have developed the valuable tools needed to ensure you’re given the best treatment possible.
It takes a lot of trust to select an attorney to guide your estate planning decisions. My extensive experience in this field will give you peace of mind knowing your future is in good hands.
When you choose an attorney to help you plan your estate, you want them to fully understand your story and your goals. I aim to accomplish this by building a genuine relationship with my clients.
In order for your family to avoid the complex process of probate when you pass, establish a will or trust today so important decisions and responsibilities can be decided by you and your family, not the courts. Distribute your belongings to your loved ones today so your family can avoid a lengthy and stressful court battle over your estate once you pass.