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Wills, Trusts, and Estates - Stephen K. Sheffler, Attorney at Law

Protection of one's assets and distribution to one's intended beneficiaries is of special importance whether one's estate is large or not. It's not just high tax bracket people who may need a will, trust or power of attorney. For example, if you have small children for which you wish to name a guardian, or if you have particular wishes regarding your last illness or disposition of your property on death, you should consult a lawyer.

In 38+ years of practice Steve has prepared many wills, trusts, powers of attorney, living wills and powers of attorney for health care. Steve also has experience in handling estates and guardianship proceedings. If tax issues are of concern, Steve is also experienced in use of tax-saving devices such as the charitable lead trust, special use valuation and disclaimers.

If you wish to consult Steve regarding such matters, please contact Steve.