A number of estate planning vehicles are available to facilitate your needs and goals. Wills and Trusts are the most common types of estate planning vehicles. A will is a document that takes effect upon your death. The purpose of the will is to direct the Commissioner or the probate court to distribute your assets to your beneficiaries.
Frequently, the process of getting approval for new construction or development requires the interaction of the developer or builder with governmental bodies. Sometimes it is necessary to negotiate terms with neighbors and other groups that may be affected by the proposed development.
People are living longer. The 2000 census reports that the number of persons 65 years of age and over is expected to double by the year 2030. The fastest growing segment of the population today consists of people who are 85 years of age and older. AARP has completed several studies on the aging population.
Starting a successful business requires more than just a good idea and enough money to operate. We provide the sound legal advice that you need to be a successful business owner. We will work with you to determine the type of organization best suited for your business including LLP, LLC or S Corporation.