Wills and Estate Planning

A will allows you to direct how your assets will be transferred after death.  At Jabour Sudeyko Lucky we can assist you with preparing your will so that you can rest at ease knowing that your loved ones will be provided for after your passing.

Powers of Attorney and More

Life is an unpredictable journey, and unfortunately, that means unexpected events may render us physical or mentally incapable of making decisions for ourselves.  We can help you prepare the necessary documents to ensure such decisions are made by persons you trust.

Powers of attorney and enduring powers of attorney allow you to authorize other persons to manage your financial affairs on your behalf.  Additionally, an advance directive allows you to give written instructions regarding the receipt or refusal of health care in the event you are unable to give instructions at the time the health care is required, and a representation agreement is a legal document that allows you to give health care and personal care decision-making to someone of your choosing.

To be valid, these documents must comply with certain formalities.  Contact us to help you prepare these documents.

Estate Administration

Are you, or are you considering becoming, an executor or administrator of an estate?  We assist clients with all aspects of estate administration, including obtaining orders for grants of probate and grants of administration and providing legal advice regarding administration of the estate.

Estate Litigation

Disputes over an estate can arise for a variety of reasons, including disagreements about the validity of a will, the interpretation of terms, or the distribution-scheme in which the gifts are allocated under the will.  The lawyers at Jabour Sudeyko Lucky represent clients at all stages of the dispute process.  We attempt to resolve disputes in an amicable manner using a collaborative approach.  We do understand that some disputes require resorting to the court system, and if a court does become necessary, we will ensure that your rights are upheld.

Contact us to see how we can help. First consultations are free.

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