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East Coast Trial Lawyers are highly experienced in all phases of Estate Planning.  How you structure and prepare your trust or will could greatly impact you, your family, or your business in the years to come.  Our attorneys take the time to get to know you, listen to what your specific needs are, and recommend the best possible solution for your estate.  The Estate Planning documents you create will change over time. We create a lifetime plan customized for your family, so that you have a roadmap for the future and an estate plan that grows with you.

Whether you are single or married, have kids or not, you should create an estate plan. Even young people can start out right by creating an estate plan early, and allowing the plan to grow and change as needed through the years. Excellent estate planning is a gift to the people you love most, and offers you incredible peace of mind. Let us show you how a customized total estate plan can help your family.

“We have the resources and dedication to assist individuals, families and businesses in protecting their hard earned assets.  It is a privilege to serve you and your loved ones.”

Over 55% of American Adults wait until age 60 before they start their estate plan.  Many people assume that wills, trusts, and general estate planning are for people who are either very old, very wealthy, or both. But the truth is that Estate Planning is for anyone who wants to leave a lasting legacy to those they love most.

Don’t delay starting your estate plan. We have packages available that allow your estate plan to grow with you. It is never too early to start.

Contact us now to start your estate plan for the benefit of your loved ones.

Call East Coast Trial Lawyers today to create a customized estate plan. It’s never too early to start your legacy planning; it’s a gift to those you love most.

  • Estate Planning and Asset Protection
  • Business Purchase
  • Tax Planning
  • Special Needs Planning for Children or Adults
  • Revocable Living Trust
  • Creating a living will
  • Medicaid Planning and Elder Law
  • Long Term Care Planning
  • Elder Abuse
  • Guardianships and Conservatorships
  • Reducing Estate Taxes