Estate Planning

Estate Planning

Estate planning involves everything from wills to living wills, establishing power of attorney, letters of administration, advanced directives, and beyond. It does not matter if you have a small nest egg, have millions of dollars saved, or own multiple properties. You need an experienced estate planning attorney on your side to ensure everything you have worked so hard for is protected. This is true all residents of the surrounding counties. Contact our law office today to get the ball rolling on comprehensive estate planning.

Estate planning is not an area of the law to take chances. The failure to establish a will or power of attorney can leave your loved ones in a financial jam. If you have not yet established a will or if the language of your will leaves any room for interpretation, your family members and other potential heirs might get into nasty arguments that sever once-strong connections. Marnique Oliver, Attorney at Law, LLC can help prevent such a nightmare from unfolding after you move beyond this plane of existence. Establishing power of attorney is essential to designate an individual to manage your financial affairs in the event you are no longer mentally capable of doing so. We can also help with letters of administration. This document is issued to identify an individual to serve as an administrator of an estate after passing without a will. We can help you obtain such a letter, ensure it is accurate and prevent assets from being transferred to the wrong person.