Estate Planning

Protect Your Assets and Beneficiaries with a Personalized Estate Plan

Estate planning is not just for the elderly.

Estate Planning With DaMore Law

Planning For Your Future

Everyone can benefit from having a written plan in place to ensure their assets are preserved and protected as they age and after their death. Our experienced attorneys are here to ensure your assets are handled with care, minor children are provided for, and to minimize the tax burden on your estate.

We know every family is unique. That’s why we always give exceptional service and guidance with estate planning to create a personalized plan that works best for you.

DaMore Law offers free consultations so you can rest easy knowing you and your estate are in good hands.

Estate Planning Services


Our experienced attorneys will ensure your assets are distributed accurately and efficiently, that guardians are appointed for minor children, and that your estate’s management is
executed properly.

Living Will

We work to make sure your wishes are carried out should you ever be in a medical state in which you are being kept alive by artificial means and have no reasonable means of recovery.

Power of Attorney

Our experts at DaMore Law will prepare the proper documentation you need to grant someone the legal ability to make financial decisions on your behalf, now or at some point in the future.

Health Care Proxy

Our attorneys will prepare a health care proxy, also known as a medical power of attorney, which allows you to appoint someone to make medical decisions on your behalf should you become incapacitated. Without this, families may dispute who has the right to make such a decision, leading to court battles.

Estate Planning Areas Of Importance

At DaMore Law, we work to ensure your future is prepared for and protected. Our experts handle each area of estate planning with care and years of experience so you can live your life without worry.

Revocable Trusts

A revocable trust, also known as a living trust, grants you the power to avoid probate proceedings, set up marital tax planning, provide for beneficiaries, and appoint a trustee to manage the finances, all while retaining control of your assets.

Irrevocable Trusts

This type of trust can also help minimize estate taxes and avoid probate proceedings, but it has the additional ability to prevent your assets from being taken by the state to pay for nursing home care. Our experienced attorneys can inform you of which type of trust would be the best choice for you in your unique situation.

Elder/Long-Term Care Planning

Don’t wait until it’s too late to create a long-term plan for loved ones. We work with a number of talented financial planners, assisted living facilities, and elder care experts who can provide valuable guidance through this crucial process.

Medicaid Planning

We’ll help you or your loved one correctly fill out the oftentimes complex application, as well as guide you on how to properly distribute your remaining assets so that you qualify.

Probate & Estate Administration

The long and complicated process of validating and carrying out a will can be burdensome, especially on those who just lost a loved one. We help ease that burden by filing the necessary documents for you in court, sending out notifications, and assisting you throughout the process to ensure everything is done correctly.

Do I Need a Lawyer for Estate Planning?

Estate Planning refers to the process of managing an individual’s estate and assets prior to their passing. By doing this, it settles who will be inheriting the assets after they are gone. In the end, estate planning is important to save loved ones’ time, money, and even emotional distress.

5 Documents You Need for Estate Planning

It is never too early to plan for the future. Specifically, estate planning is highly important. Sorting out your assets now can save a lot of time, energy, money, and stress down the road. However, it can be difficult to know where to start with estate planning.

4 Reasons Why Estate Planning is Important

When most people hear “estate planning”, it conjures up images of vast properties, mansions, and wealthy belongings. However, it’s more than that. Your estate is everything you own: your home, car, life insurance, bank accounts, and more.

Contact Us

Schedule an Estate Planning Consultation

Don’t wait to secure your future for you and your loved ones. Contact us today and our estate planning experts
will work to create a plan that works best for you.

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