Trusts & Estates

FisherBroyles offers a full-range trusts and estates law practice as a fundamental service to our clients. Whether you wish to plan for healthcare or financial decisions to be made for you in the event you become disabled, or for the disposition of your assets after death, FisherBroyles can provide all the professional assistance you need in a customized yet cost-effective manner. Our goal is to provide you with proper planning so that you can secure your legacy and benefit those you care about and minimize the chance of unwanted financial consequences and family disputes.

At FisherBroyles we provide individualized planning based upon your personal situation and your goals. We are strongly committed to preparing even the most complex will or trust in as straightforward a manner as possible so that you understand how your assets will be distributed and who will be responsible for managing your assets upon death or disability. Whether your needs are relatively simple or highly complex, and whether estate, gift and other tax reduction is no issue or a major factor of the planning, you can be assured that we will do our best to accomplish your objectives in the best way possible with the attention to detail that is critical in this area of the law.

Our areas of expertise include:

  • Estate Planning, including Wills, Testamentary Trusts and Revocable Living Trusts
  • Financial Powers of Attorney
  • Advance Directives for Healthcare, including Durable Healthcare Powers of Attorney
  • Estate Planning and/or Administration for Foreign Nationals with U.S. Assets
  • Lifetime Trust Creation and Administration, including Irrevocable Insurance Trusts,
  • Qualified Personal Residence Trusts and Grantor Retained-Interest Trusts
  • Business Exit/Succession Planning
  • Charitable Giving
  • Retirement Plan Disposition
  • Business Organizations in conjunction with Estate Planning, including Family Limited
  • Partnerships, Family Limited Liability Companies and Subchapter S and C
  • Corporations
  • Probate and Administration
  • Post-Mortem Planning, including Disclaimers
  • Trust and Estate Litigation
  • Gift and Estate Tax Preparation