Wills, Trusts & Probate
Attorney Robert Worman has been preparing basic estate planning documents and handling probate cases since 1992.
It is highly recommended that everyone have basic estate planning documents, be it a Last Will and Testament or Revocable Living Trust, and other things such as a Living Will, Designation of Healthcare Surrogate, and a Durable Power of Attorney.
These documents are vital in ensuring your property goes to who you want it to go to when the time comes, and in the case of a trust, power of attorney or healthcare proxy, be instrumental in having a trusted person handle your affairs when you are not able to do so yourself.
In many cases, a court proceeding known as Probate Administration is required in order for property to pass to the rightful heirs or beneficiaries, and Robert Worman can handle your Formal or Summary Probate Administration with competence and care.
Many people have turned to self-help websites and store bought forms in an effort to save money when they want a will or a trust. But nothing can replace the personal contact and professional feedback you get from an attorney like Robert, who is available to answer your questions and discuss the variety of estate planning options and tools available to you in helping you decide what is best for you and your loved ones.
Contact Attorney Robert Worman to discuss your situation and begin planning for the future today.
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