Estate Planning - Wills and Trusts

Wills, Trusts, Powers and More

Estate planning is the process of planning for the transfer of everything you own to those persons you want it to go to after you die. Wills and trusts are only some of the tools used in estate planning and it is important that all means by which assets transfer at death work together to achieve the desired result.  

Estate Planning Documents

We offer many document solutions, some of which are listed below. 

Be proactive and get your affairs in order.  Call us to speak with one of our estate planning attorneys today about estate planning in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts.   Clients often mention how relieved they feel once they know that their planning documents are in place and that they have a relationship with an attorney that they, or their loved ones, can depend on in the future. 

Estate Planning Document Solutions


Wills are an important aspect of many estate plans.

From the simple will to the complex, we have you covered.  Think all wills are the same?  For married seniors, nothing could be further from the truth.  Why take chances?   Schedule an appointment today and become informed so that you can protect your assets and family. 

Revocable Trusts

Estate lawyers are skilled in drafting wills, trusts and other legal documents used in estate planning.

From probate avoidance to estate tax planning, revocable trust, or living trust, are often used. Trust based planning is more common in some states, like New Hampshire and Massachusetts, than in others, like Maine.

Irrevocable Trusts

Protecting the home is an important estate planning objective for many people.

 We frequently help clients with irrevocable trusts for medicaid planning and have the tax knowledge to do it right. 

Special needs trusts and Irrevocable Life Insurance Trusts are other common irrevocable trusts that we help clients with. 

Financial Powers of Attorney (POA)


We wouldn't drive without a seat belt, nor would we recommend an estate plan without a POA.

Health-Care Powers


You might call it an Advance Health-Care Directive, a Living Will,  or a Health-Care Proxy; we call it essential.

Martial Agreements


Second marriages are common after the death of a spouse.  Protect your assets with a marital agreement or trust based planning.