Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning

Family Estate planning document

Did your mother remind you often enough that Life isn’t Fair?   Are you and your family prepared for when something difficult and unfair occurs?   Do you have the proper documents in place to protect your family now and after you have left this earth?   Everyone needs, at a minimum, a healthcare power of attorney, a durable financial power of attorney and a Last Will and Testament.

Through carefully crafted estate planning you can proactively work to protect your family and yourself from life’s unfair moments.  At Kondori, Moorad & Niesen, L.L.P., we will cater each set of estate planning documents to each individual’s specific situation and needs.   We will not “upsell” you un-needed documents and will listen and hear your concerns and take the time to go over each document carefully with you so you understand what is to be considered.

We want to ensure that your assets and property are protected and eventually distributed just as you intend.   And that your decisions for your life and passing are given the ultimate respect that they deserve.    Let’s talk about Medical Directives, Burial Agent Power of Attorneys, Trust, Testamentary Trusts, Spendthrift Trusts, Life Insurance Trusts, Family Trusts, Bypass Trusts, Transfer on Death Deeds and how these documents may be able to serve you.

If you have a loved one that has passed away without a Will, or without a viable Personal Representative, Kondori, Moorad & Niesen, L.L.P. will guide you through the probate process.   Probate can be complicated and full of pit-falls for the inexperienced.   We will handle the probate process so you can focus on remembering your loved one.

With nearly three decades worth of combined work in estate planning and probate, our attorneys possess the knowledge and experience to help guide prospective clients through this often challenging arena.