Wills, Trusts, Estate Planning & Administration

In 2007, a study was conducted by Harris Interactive which stated that 55% of all adult Americans did not have a will. Are you in that statistic, and if so, why? Although at times it is hard to think about leaving this world prematurely, it is important to insure that your loved ones and your estate are properly taken care of after you’re gone. It is often a misconception that only older, married couples with children need wills, however this is entirely untrue. Upon majority, a will is almost always necessary to ensure that an individual’s wishes are executed after death. At Miller, Turetsky, Rule & McLennan we understand the vital importance of wills, trusts, and estates.

will imageThe approach we take is unique in its execution; our attorneys provide assistance in all aspects of will, trust and estate planning and create unique documents that meet each client’s specific needs. We believe the more knowledgeable you are, the more confident decisions you can make regarding your loved ones’ or your estate’s future. Therefore, we will guide you every step of the way to ensure that you have a comprehensive knowledge of your wills, trusts, and estates.

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