Our team approaches estate planning from a place of compassion, patience, and understanding. We empower our clients to make the best decisions for their future by removing the fear that comes with having to plan for life-changing events.
Our Legal Services
WHAT IS ESTATE PLANNING?
Effective estate planning is vital for the future of you and your family. Our attorneys can guide you through the process of planning for taxes, determining benefits eligibility and preparing for aging. Our estate planning process is designed to eliminate your concerns and help you to:
- Avoid probate
- Minimize taxes
- Control the future of your assets
- Minimize costs
- Protect assets in the event of future incapacity or death
- Offer protection and stability to heirs
WHAT IS ELDER LAW?
Our elder law attorneys can assist with all aspects of elder law and estate planning, including long-term planning and probate.
WHAT IS ESTATE ADMINISTRATION AND TRUST ADMINISTRATION?
Once you have estate planning documents in place, our attorneys can help with the administration of your estate or trust. We can represent personal representatives, trustees and agents and have expertise in helping with special needs trusts.
WHAT IS SPECIAL NEEDS LAW?
From the creation of special needs trusts to long-term care planning for your loved one with special needs, we can assist you in navigating the complex legal situations that arise when caring for a loved one with special needs. We can design special needs trusts to protect the benefits that a special needs person requires to live a healthy and happy life, whether it is a self-settled trust or third-party trust.
WHAT IS GUARDIANSHIP & CONSERVATORSHIP?
PathFinder Law Group can represent conservators, guardians and the subjects whenever necessary in court. Our attorneys can assist with filing a petition for incompetence and the appointment of a guardian. Once a guardian is appointed, we can help with court filings and bond renewals as needed. We can also represent a person served with an incompetency proceeding who is interested in the challenging the petition.