At Silverman Law Offices, we believe that estate planning is about more than avoiding taxes and probate. Yes, there are documents that need to be created: powers of attorney, trusts and wills. More than that, we create customized plans—we do not use “cookie cutter” documents from a template. We prefer to meet your individual needs.

Here you can find our individualized advice on situations in which our clients have found themselves. Here you can find our discussions on state taxes, powers of attorney, life care planning, and even more pleasurable topics like how to title a vacation home.

Updating Estate Plans After Divorce

Estate planning, and the need to update existing plans, is critically important, particularly after a divorce. Once the dust settles and a settlement is reached (or, in rare cases, a [...]

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