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Whether you have need for a simple will or require more sophisticated planning, RHR can provide traditional estate planning (such as wills, testamentary and revocable living trusts, and powers of attorney) as well as more sophisticated tax and estate planning techniques.

We have put together some answers to Frequently Asked Questions to help you understand some of the basic components of Estate Planning.

Specific areas in which RHR regularly assists its clients include:

  • Wealth transfer (gifts in trust to minor children, family security trusts, and generation-skipping trusts)

  • Asset management

  • Custodianships

  • Powers of attorney

  • Revocable trusts

  • Family partnerships

  • Medicaid trusts

  • Probate procedures

  • Estate settlement

  • Living wills

  • Health care powers of attorney

  • Nomination of guardians or conservators

  • Guardianships of minor children

  • Protective arrangements for the disabled

The following attorneys practice in this area of law:

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