When you are ready to discuss end-of-life decisions, Miller Scott Holbrook & Jackson can provide the careful and considered advice you need when handling life’s most sensitive topics.
With the help of our attorneys, you will be able to make decisions and provide clear instructions for your family through instruments including wills, powers of attorney, living wills, and simple trusts. Whether you know precisely how you would like to dispose of your property or if you’re unsure where to begin, we will work with you to understand your wishes and your family’s needs to develop an estate plan that works best for you.
From the initial consultation, our attorneys will ask the questions that are necessary to building a comprehensive estate plan. These inquiries can be challenging and complicated, and many people would prefer not to entertain them. We encourage our clients to speak openly with their families and loved ones about their wishes in order to ease the anxiety and address concerns that inevitably flow from will preparation. Our ultimate goal is to answer your questions, guide you through the estate planning process and make the process as comfortable as possible.