Estate planning is not just for the very wealthy. Whether a will or a trust is right for you, anyone who owns property or has minor children should have an estate plan. Learn more.
Planning for incapacity can help families avoid expensive court proceedings later on. Have a need for durable powers of attorney, living wills and healthcare powers of attorney? Learn more.
Our team is knowledgeable in special needs planning and can help you develop a plan that will help maintain needed support for a disabled family member. Learn more.
When a loved one loses the ability to make financial or medical decisions without an incapacity plan already in place, a family member may need to obtain a guardianship or conservatorship through probate court. We handle guardianship and conservatorship proceedings in Mobile and Baldwin counties. Learn more.
We represent personal representatives in probate proceedings in Mobile and Baldwin counties. Learn more.