Wills and trusts are typically the core documents that the attorneys at Sullivan Rogers & Feichtel use to provide Estate Planning/Asset Preservation services for our clients. Our attorneys have drafted thousands of wills and trusts, and always strive to provide innovative thinking, sound judgment and guidance through the estate planning process.
In addition to wills and trusts, our attorneys also routinely prepare related documents for comprehensive estate planning, such as powers of attorney, living wills, advance medical directives, prenuptial agreements and post-nuptial agreements and cohabitation agreements.
We also facilitate appropriate planning for unmarried couples and same-sex couples, and draft appropriate documents when requested.
Our elder law attorneys are also skilled in counseling for consideration of future nursing home costs, including the preservation of assets for an at-home spouse, special needs child or care-giving child.
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