A good will clearly defines what happens with your assets when you die, but also protects your family from the unexpected.


Trusts can accomplish many different goals: minimize taxes, shield vulnerable family members, avoid probate, and protect assets.


When someone dies, probate is the court process that legally transfers ownership of their assets.


If an unprotected person needs someone to be appointed by the court to make decisions about their welfare and property, the court can appoint a guardian and conservator to protect them.

Small Business Planning

Small businesses need a plan in place to transfer a business at retirement, disability or death of one the owners.

Farm & Ranch Planning

Structuring farm and ranch to allow smooth operations and planning for the transfer to the next generation.

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