1. Estate Planning

a. Revocable Living Trusts;

b. Irrevocable Trusts (e.g. Irrevocable Life Insurance Trusts “ILITs”);

c. Special Needs Trusts;

d. Last Will and Testament; and

e. Ancillary planning documents (e.g. Powers of Attorney and Living Wills).

2. Asset Protection;

3. Business and Business Succession Planning;

4. Fiduciary Litigation including Will and Trust disputes;

5. Guardianship;

6. Probate;

7. Trust Administration; and

8. Special Education representation, including IEPs.