Thomas Clark Law LLC

Wills, Trusts and Special Needs Planning

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Whether you are worth $50,000 or $50,000,000, you need to consider who would make health and personal care decisions on your behalf in the event you become unable to make such decisions. While the basic tools and documents for estate planning (wills, trusts, powers of attorney and medical directives) can be found in a number of places, the value of an estate planning attorney is more than just drafting documents.

Estate planning and trust administration are undertakings that involve you, your assets, your family and potentially other individuals and beneficiaries, such as charitable organizations. Estate planning will help you determine how and by whom your assets will be managed, and who will make personal and health care decisions if you ever become unable to manage your assets or take care of yourself.

Far more than a document drafter, I provide clients with personal service and effective solutions tailored to their specific needs by listening to each client and offering practical solutions for their estate planning and trust administration.

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