Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning
The First Time You’ll Need A Lawyer?
For many, certain key events might have you say to yourself, “Do I need to talk to a lawyer about a will?” For example, you may have:
- Recently married
- Purchased a new home
- Had your first child
- Recently had a close loved-one pass away
- Been through a divorce
The average person may be aware that there are laws that will affect them in these circumstances, but not be truly familiar with the contours of those laws. A consultation with an attorney will help you understand your rights and how laws may affect you.
Should I purchase an estate plan from on online service?
What documents will I need?
The documents you need will depend on a variety of variables. A consultation with an attorney will help you decide which of these you’ll need:
- Basic Will
- Pour Over Will & Trust
- Advance Medical Directive or “Living Will”
- General, Durable Power of Attorney
- Special Power of Attorney
- A Revocable Trust
- Irrevocable Trust
Pet Owners, have you considered a Pet Trust?
We are Committed to you
At our firm, we focus on our clients from the Northern Virginia area. Whether you’re a Northern Virginia native, temporary transplant, or you’ve made Northern Virginia your permanent home, we’re here to serve you. Our firm is family-owned and operated.
We have you covered
Security and redundancy with these important documents is vital, so with each estate plan, we include:
- Legally Valid Duplicates Stored On-Site
- Fire-Proof Storage
- Electronic Copies
- Electronic Back-up in “the Cloud.”
Contact us for a free consultation.