PRACTICE AREAS:
 
DIVORCE & FAMILY LAW
CRIMINAL LAW
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
BUSINESS LAW
ESTATE PLANNING

ESTATE PLANNING

Have you had any major changes in your life? Have you recently gotten married? Have you added to your family? Have you recently been divorced? Do you have elderly parents? Shelley can assist you in drafting your first will or revising your will to reflect additions to your family and/or changes in your estate planning. She can also help you with developing other instruments in your estate planning portfolio including durable powers of attorney, advance health care directives/living wills and real estate trusts.

She understands that dealing with the loss of a loved one can be overwhelming. As you cope with your grief, you also have to think about how the estate is to be distributed per your loved one's will or trust. If you have been nominated to be the personal representative of a will or trustee of a trust, you will most likely be bombarded with demands from the beneficiaries, creditors and even the government. Shelley can guide the personal representative, trustee, administrator, heirs and beneficiaries through the complex process of probating a will and administering a trust.