Wills and Trusts
Everyone has an estate, whether you know it or not. Your estate is everything you own, your “stuff” and you need a plan. Whether you are planning with a Will or a Trust, having an estate plan is crucial to ensure your wishes are carried out. Our experienced attorneys can help create a plan that not only accomplishes your goals, but also give you expert advice for effective strategies to protect yourself, loved ones and your hard-earned investments.
Trust Administration & Probate
Losing a loved one is never easy and administering an estate can be complex. We not only create Wills and Trusts, but we also do estate and trust administration. We assist personal representatives and successor trustees with the responsibilities they have upon the death of a loved one. Let us help you address any issues that may arise in the course of probate or trust administration.
Our experienced attorneys are trained in complex areas of the law, including wills & trusts, probate, trust administration, tax, real property, and debtor-creditor. We frequently present on a range of topics to accountants, attorneys, financial planners, insurance agents, business associations, special-interest groups and the public.
Why You Should
For five decades, Morris Hall has been providing quality legal services for its clients seeking opportunities to preserve wealth and estate assets through estate preservation plans. In fact, estate planning, asset preservation and probate law have been our only areas of practice.
We are proud to have helped thousands of individuals of all levels of wealth and assets, people concerned about protecting their families from the devastating legal and financial effects of disability and death.
Download Our Free Estate Planning Worksheet
There’s a lot that goes into setting up a comprehensive estate plan, but with our FREE worksheet, you’ll be
one step closer to getting yourself and your family on the path to a secure and happy future.
Our Client Testimonials
Our Legal Practice Areas
A will is a legal document that allows you to choose who will manage your affairs and how your estate will be distributed after you are gone. Many people however do not realize that a will still requires probate.
A trust, is an alternative to a will. A trust is a document that benefits you during your lifetime and at death, allows you to plan the management of your estate during your lifetime and it directs how your assets should be divided at death. Unlike a will, a trust is a private document, which means it can be administered without court involvement.
Trust Administration is the process, after the death of a spouse or parent who created the trust. Trust Administration has a clearly defined path for the administrator. Proper administration is essential to avoiding unnecessary delay, expense, and income and estate tax implications.
Probate is a judicial process whereby a will is “proved” in a court of law. The probate process is overseen by a judge while the personal representative settles the estate.
Integrating tax planning with your estate plan is critical to avoid paying unnecessary and excess taxes. Our experienced attorneys can draft a plan to integrate and optimize effective tax and estate planning strategies.
With our advanced planning team you will have access to a team of knowledgeable estate planning lawyers, licensed financial planners and certified public accountants, all focused on one thing — keeping your success in your family for generations to come.
51 Years Of Experience
Morris Hall provides peace of mind by listening and understanding, caring and serving our clients and team members as our own families.
Created Since 1993
Trusts & Probate