At Aparicio & McLaren, our clients bring their unique goals and needs into our office when we are drafting their estate plan. We get to know your individual circumstances to ensure that we are developing the right strategy for you and your family. We can help you with a variety of legal documents that assist with your estate planning needs, including wills, trusts, powers of attorneys, and advanced directives.
Our attorneys help clients during the difficult times after losing a loved one. It can be a daunting task to sort through the loved one's real and personal property, accounts, ascertaining his or her debts, and making distributions to the beneficiaries. We understand and help guide you through the steps you must take if you find yourself in charge of a deceased person's estate.
Our diverse experience help individuals, business owners, and estate executors make decisions in planning and transacting in residential and commercial real estate. In addition, we also provide advice to clients regarding due diligence, disclosures, title issues, and other miscellaneous items that arise from a real estate transaction.
The Law Firm of Aparicio & McLaren advises small business owners, entrepreneurs, and other individuals about potential liabilities and helps protect their businesses and personal assets. In addition, we ensure that we provide our clients with internal business documents, including but not limited to employment agreements and independent contractor agreements.
Whether you are recently engaged or have been married for a few years, there may be benefits of composing a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement between the two parties.
Elder law is an aspect of estate planning, focusing primarily on the needs of individuals and families as they age. Many people are faced with the rising costs of healthcare. However, proper planning for the future can save your family from the costs and difficulties that arise when needing long-term care.