Wills, Trusts and Estates

While life is for the taking, dying remains an impermeable facet of human existence, so when making preparations for our loved ones, we need to trust in those assigned their bequeathal.

Likewise, wills, codicils and trust instruments share a commonality unlike most other documents, in that they are often subject to change, prone to challenge and arguable even in death, which means each one needs forethought, consideration and analysis in order to withstand objections once in effect.

However when you understand the nature of contracts, they can prove the opposite of daunting, in fact when constructed correctly, they can be the difference between protected rights and lost hopes.

“[N]othing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.”

Benjamin Franklin

Fortunately for our clients, ‘Analysis’ is our middle name and with us in your corner you can rest assured that the final draft will be iron-clad yet flexible enough to move with life as you do.

So rather than leaving it to chance, caution invites you to contact BLACK LETTER LAW today, because anything less would undermine all that achieved so far.