Our team offers comprehensive estate planning services, including wills and trusts, estate administration, tax advice, probate services, and more. Browse our website to learn more about our services and how we can help you plan for the future.
Whether you are 18 or 88 years old, whether you have $100 or 100 million, everyone needs an estate plan in some form. For some, that may mean a plan with only the estate planning essentials, such as a health care proxy, a durable power of attorney, and a will. For others, it may mean more complex plans involving trusts, limited liability companies, and tax planning. How do you know what’s really right for your needs, and how do you avoid the potentially costly mistakes that come with choosing the wrong plan or even worse, having no plan at all? Fortunately, we are here to provide you with the peace of mind of knowing your affairs are in order.
Attorney Candice O’Neil understands that estate planning can feel overwhelming. We are here to educate and guide you through this process so that you choose the right plan for your needs. To learn more, we encourage you to contact our Hampton law office today at (603) 434-1770.
Losing a loved one is never easy. When you are also tasked with winding up the affairs of that person, it can feel like an overwhelming burden. Managing a loved one’s assets may require a full Massachusetts or New Hampshire probate administration. If your loved one had a trust, you may need to administer the trust to manage and distribute the assets. Estate administration comes in several different forms, and if you never navigated this process before, you may feel lost as to where to begin.
Fortunately, attorney Candice O’Neil and her team understand that you need guidance through this process. With our help administering your loved one’s trust or estate, you can focus on the emotional healing. To learn more, we encourage you to contact our Hampton law office today at (603) 434-1770.
Owning a small business requires a great deal of hard work. It is important to know that your efforts are protected. Creating the entity is just the first step in the process. Whether you are just starting out or have been in business for a decade, every small business owner should have certain documents in place to improve liability protection, plan for business succession, and coordinate with their estate plan.
Attorney Candice O’Neil and her team are here to help protect your business and your personal assets. We encourage you to contact our Hampton law office today at (603) 434-1770.