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Services We Offer: 
  • Basic Estate Planning Package

  • Simple Will & Complex Wills

  • Medical Power of Attorney

  • Statutory Durable Power of Attorney

  • Advanced Physician Directives (Living Will)

  • HIPAA Authorizations

  • Declaration of Guardian

  • Trusts
  • Special Needs Trusts
  • Miller (Qualified Income Trusts)
  • Premarital and Post Marital Agreements
  • ​Probate and Estate Administration

LGBT Estate Planning
  • Domestic Partnership Agreements
  • Dissolution of Relationship Agreements
  • Shared Parenting Agreements
  • Irrevocable Life Insurance Trusts
  • Directives, Declarations, and Authorizations

An estate comprises your property, real and personal, at the time of death. This includes, but is not limited to: any land, oil, gas, other mineral interest, cash, bank accounts, clothing or jewelry, household items, vehicles, stocks/bonds/life insurance policies, or government benefits.

Estate Planning is much more than just determining how your property will pass to your heirs. Everyone regardless of estate value needs a carefully reasoned, prepared, and executed estate plan that covers an array of issues including: asset management and disposition, disability planning, health care planning, property management, end of life planning, and tax planning.

Planning your estate properly will give you the peace of mind knowing you did your best to take care of your family, while saving them time and money. At The Law Office of Jonathan A. Heeps we take the time to get to know you and your goals so we can craft the perfect estate plan for you. An individualized estate plan ensures your personal affairs smoothly transition from everyday life, through times of infirmity, and ultimately into death.

Whether you know it or not you have an estate plan – take control of that plan today. Help reduce uncertainties, family disagreements, and protect your wealth by contacting The Law Office of Jonathan A. Heeps to start your planning today.

Contact our firm today for a free consultation to begin your individualized estate plan. 

Estate Planning