Wills, POA & Estate Planning

The need to draw up a last Will or the process of registering a Will rarely seems like an imminent duty. But the fact remains that regardless of how old or young you may be, securing a legally binding will remains a critical necessity.

Estate Planning

The lawyers and staff at George, Murray, Shipley, Bell, LLP are experts in both Estate Planning and Estate Administration.  Let us help you ensure that you and your loved ones are taken care of upon incapacity or death.

Wills & Trusts

A properly drafted Will is not as simple as deciding you want to leave everything to your spouse or your children.   Our lawyers will work with you to determine your current assets, business interests, future goals and family dynamics and offer customized advice and drafting to ensure that your end-of-life wishes are accomplished in the most cost efficient way possible.

Powers of Attorney (POA)

Powers of Attorney are crucial documents that allow you to designate someone else (or multiple people) to make decisions for in the event you are unable to make such decisions yourself.  In a Power of Attorney for Personal Care, you can designate someone to make health decisions for if you are unable to make such decisions for yourself.  In a Power of Attorney for Property, you can designate someone to handle your personal and financial affairs on your behalf.

Both documents are an imperative part of a complete Estate Plan.

If you need assistance with Estate Planning, please contact us today to schedule a consultation. Our team is ready to help you every step of the way.

Our Estate Planning Lawyers

D'Arcy Bell

D'Arcy Bell

Ryan Bell

Ryan Bell

Greg Bernard

Gregory Bernard

Carlo Cimetta

Carlo Cimetta

Melanie Hockin

Melanie Hockin

J.G. (Jace) Kohlmeier

J.G. (Jace) Kohlmeier

Ed Litrenta

Ed Litrenta

Colin McElrea

Colin McElrea

Peter Norris

Peter Norris

Anthony Petrucci

Anthony Petrucci

Ashima Wadhi

Ashima Wadhi