When two people no longer wish to be married and have already agreed upon how to divide their property and debts, divorce may be had upon irreconcilable differences. This is sometimes called an uncontested divorce. Our office is happy to prepare irreconcilable differences divorces and all appropriate filings.
Loved ones who are unable to manage their affairs and make certain legal decisions may need a conservator if they do not have a Power of Attorney or their appointed Power of Attorney is unable to perform. Becoming a conservator is a big obligation and requires someone capable of handling a large variety of legal issues. We can help you establish a conservatorship or if need be, remove a conservator who is not properly performing their obligations.
The death of a loved one is a very emotional time. There are many things that need to be done quickly, but it is important to be sensitive to all family members and respect the family dynamics. It is crucial to involve all of the beneficiaries to avoid unnecessary conflicts. Individual beneficiaries often have very specific questions about the way things are being handled. We are happy to handle cases on behalf of the Estate, or represent beneficiaries with their specific concerns.
No one wants to think about dying, but planning for the inevitable will help your family and loved ones manage your affairs in the manner you desire. We often see people with hand written Wills or form Wills printed from the Internet result in years of litigation as to authenticity, intention, interpretation, and execution. Melinda Brown offers more than a simple paper with your wishes for distribution; she offers a detailed and lengthy discussion about numerous issues you may want to consider when planning for your later years as well as your estate.