Wills, Estates & Trusts
A will allows you to decide who will manage your money and other property after you die and how it will be distributed. It lets your wishes be heard regarding the care of minor and disabled children, and often prevents unnecessary disputes among your relatives.
An estate plan is a written expression of how you want your assets to be owned, managed, and preserved during your lifetime, and how you want them to be disposed of upon your death. It can include numerous documents for different purposes. The pivotal document in most plans is a will, or alternatively, a living trust.
Unfortunately, many people have neither a will nor a living trust that would help identify their intent and desires after their death. Busy lives often leave little time for thought pertaining to the consequences of an untimely or unexpected passing, and this inaction often leaves dependents unprotected, with potentially devastating financial effects to families.
In preparing for the future, Martineau Davis & Associates provides insightful planning and strong representation. Our advice and guidance helps our clients avoid the pitfalls and uncertainty of what will occur with their estate and dependents after their death.
Martineau Davis & Associates has built long-standing relationships with our clients through personalized service and accessibility, attention to detail, and consistently favorable outcomes. We invite you to arrange a consultation to discuss:
- Living Wills
- Powers of Attorney
- Preparation of Wills
- Probate of Estates
- Revocable, Irrevocable & Medicaid Trusts
- Will Contracts