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Making Estate Planning Easy,


Initial Consultation

We talk by phone or video conference to understand your needs and brainstorm an estate plan.


We Design The Estate Plan

Lewis Legal draws up an estate plan customized to your life.  This process usually takes a few business days.  


Finalize and Sign

We meet at your home or another convenient location to review, sign, and finalize your estate planning documents.  



A good estate plan is multi-faceted. 

Here are some of the components that your estate plan could include: 


Last Will and Testament

A will tells your loved ones and the court how to distribute your assets.


Living Will

A living will lets you spell out the type of end-of-life medical interventions you would want to receive.  

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Probate Strategies

Probate is the legal process of paying debts and distributing assets after a person passes.  Overseen by the local court, probate is often time-consuming and expensive.  We can help you create an estate plan to make things go smoothly.

Estate & Probate 


  • Deeds​

  • Guardianships/Conservatorship

  • Name Change

  • Probate

  • Trust Administration

  • Trust Drafting

  • Assistance, Guidance & Advice

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Power of Attorney

With a power of attorney, you designate someone to manage your financial and day-to-day affairs while you are alive.   


Young Families

Making sure that your children will be loved and provided for if you are gone is paramount.  We can help you nominate guardians and navigate leaving a legacy.



Boats and Cars

Many boats and cars can pass outside probate through survivorship titles and transfer on death designation affidavits. 

Family Law


  • Alimony

  • College & Child Support

  • Child Custody

  • Divorce Litigation

  • Equitable Distribution

  • Mediation

  • Settlement Agreements

  • Visitation

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Health Care Power of Attorney

In a health care power of attorney, you select someone to make health care decisions for you in case you cannot. 



An estate plan can designate who will care for your pets upon your incapacity or death, and can even leave money to use in caring for pets.

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Real Estate

Real estate can often pass without the need for probate by using transfer on death designation affidavits or survivorship deeds.   

Non-Estate Planning 


  • Adoptions

  • Child Custody

  • Dissolution

  • Divorce

  • Postnuptial Contract

  • Prenuptial Contract

  • WBE Certifications

  • MBE Certifications

  • DBE Certifications

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