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Prenuptial Agreements, Wills & Estate Planning

It is important that a family’s interests be provided for in the event of the death, divorce, incapacitation, or remarriage of a member. As difficult as it is to discuss these uncomfortable topics, the reassurance offered by a carefully drafted will, trust, or prenuptial agreement often allows families to strengthen their relationships and more easily adjust to change.

Our Richmond estate planning attorneys assist clients through the preparation, execution, and administration of estate planning documents. If you would like to discuss your needs or concerns, contact our offices in Short Pump/Glen Allen and arrange a consultation with an experienced lawyer.

Even if you have few financial assets, through a living will, will, and power of attorney, you are able to make your wishes known, binding the probate court to pass your property and heirlooms to your intended heirs, and giving your family and medical providers directions in case of your incapacity.

You may want to reassure your children or your parents that your second marriage will not put their heritage at risk. Perhaps you are concerned about the financial responsibility of a child or in-law, or the cost of your impending nursing home care. We may be able to suggest ways to resolve these issues, allowing you to enjoy your family without nagging financial concerns.

Documents which we can prepare for you and your family include:

  • Pre-Nuptial Agreements
  • Wills
  • Trusts
  • Living Trusts
  • Medical Powers of Attorney
  • Living Wills
  • General Powers of Attorney
  • Probate Documents, Estate Inventories and Accountings

We also offer a full range of family law and divorce services. We are committed to helping Virginia families find the best solutions to issues involving estate planning and divorce.

Property Settlement Agreements

If you are interested in our estate planning services, or are considering a prenuptial agreement , contact a family law attorney at our Richmond law office. We will be happy to help you evaluate your case.


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