Estate planning involves the transfer of someone's assets when they die, as well as a variety of other personal matters.

Wills, estates, trusts and power of attorney are all common tools used in estate planning.

The law regarding testamentary instruments and estate planning requires attention to detail and can seem overwhelming.

It includes areas such as the capacity to make a will, formal requirements of a will and estate plan, interpretation of the documents, revocation, republication and revival of wills and estates as well as testamentary gifts.

At Chénier & Notturno, we will work diligently and closely with you to ensure that your interests are represented and that positive outcomes are achieved.


Drafting of Wills

Preparation of Living Wills, Powers of Attorney and Mandates
in Anticipation of Incapacity

Estate Planning