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Trusts, wills and estates

May 4, 2015

Dunphy Best Blocksom LLP’s trust and estate practitioners place a priority on providing informed and thoughtful assistance in all aspects of trusts, wills and estates. Our lawyers guide clients through personal estate planning, the intricacies of drafting wills and the administration of estates of deceased and incapacitated persons. We place a particular emphasis on each client’s individual goals and circumstances.

 

Services we provide:

  • Wills and Codicils
  • Estate Probate and Administration
  • Enduring Powers of Attorney
  • Personal Directives
  • Estate Planning and Administration
  • Financial Planning
  • Estate Litigation
  • Trusts and Family Trusts
  • Dependent Adult Matters
  • Planned Giving

In all matters ranging from the drafting of a basic will to setting up and administering complex trusts and financial plans, our practitioners pride themselves on their unique outlook and creative solutions. We also work closely with our firm’s litigators, arbitrators and mediators in addressing any disputes which may arise.
Our lawyers provide advice and expertise throughout every stage of the process, from the creation of the initial plan through implementation and the smooth succession to future generations. We coordinate our efforts with our firm’s tax lawyers and other professionals, such as accountants, financial advisors and insurance brokers, to ensure that our client’s assets are managed in the most tax effective and efficient manner possible.
Our clients can be assured of receiving individualized attention from a wide range of wills and estates practitioners utilizing a diverse blend of expertise and experience to meet each client’s particular needs.

 

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