Dover Estate Lawyers
Trusts, Estate Planning & Probate Lawyers serving New England
Estate Planning means different things to different people. Michael educates
clients as to what legal issues are relevant to their specific circumstances,
and customizes an estate plan based on each client’s needs and goals.
Committed to Your Family’s Economic Success
Estate Planning: Can involve preparing Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, or Healthcare
Directives. Typically, an estate plan is used to minimize estate taxes
or to allow for assets to pass outside of probate. However, an estate
plan can offer other benefits as well, such as control of your wealth,
protection from your heirs’ creditors or a beneficiary’s inability
to manage money, and privacy regarding your financial situation.
Probate And Wills: When a loved one passes away, we understand you are dealing with a lot
more than the legal aspects of the death. We remove the burden of dealing
with the legal aspects by helping to navigate the complex state laws,
and help identify and fulfill your legal obligations.
Be Prepared With Documents While You Are Alive
Advance Healthcare Directive: Don’t leave your medical care to chance in the event that you are
incapacitated and unable to express consent. A well written advance directive
is a wise precaution to explain your wishes if a catastrophe should happen.
Power of Attorney: Is a legal document giving someone authority over all legal or financial
matters, typically to be used in the event that you are incapacitated
in some way and unable to make your own decisions.
Anyone can benefit from having an estate plan in place in case something
happens in the future, as life can be unpredictable. Since 1987, our Dover
estate lawyers at Wyskiel, Boc, Tillinghast & Bolduc, P.A. have educated
clients as to what legal issues are relevant to their specific circumstances
and customized estate plans based on each client’s needs and goals.
We’ve helped families in New Hampshire and Maine draft wills, prepare
powers of attorney, and other aspects of estate planning that can protect
your wealth and your heirs.
Contact our team online or by phone at
(603) 742-5222 to meet with a lawyer directly. We’re committed to your family’s
What is Estate Planning?
Everyone has their own version of an “estate,” whether it comes
in the form of a car, house, investments, furniture, or personal possessions.
Estate planning allows you to dictate where your possessions go and have
other plans in place in the event that you pass away or are incapacitated
and can no longer care for yourself or others.
Typically, an estate plan is used to minimize estate taxes or to allow
for assets to pass outside of probate. However, an estate plan can offer
other benefits as well, such as control of your wealth, protection from
your heirs’ creditors or a beneficiary’s inability to manage
money, and privacy regarding your financial situation.
Our list of services includes:
- Creating the best estate plan for your needs
- Drafting trust documents
- Advice on transfer of assets at time of death
- Probate court representation for wills, guardianships, and contested estates
- Health care powers of attorney and advance healthcare directives
Why Should I Have an Estate Plan?
As estate planning lawyers, our priority is ensuring that our clients have
estate plans in place, period. Estate plans allow you to protect your
loved ones and minimize the risk of legal conflict. After finalizing your
estate plan, you can be at peace knowing your young children will have
approved guardians, your belongings will go to the right people, and your
heirs won't face any tax burdens.
Estate planning involves much more than simply drafting a will. Take a
look below to learn about some of the key components of a good estate
plan and how having a lawyer to guide you through the process can be beneficial
in the long run.
Contact Us Today
Our lawyers at Wyskiel, Boc, Tillinghast & Bolduc, P.A. are knowledgeable
about all the features of a solid estate plan and are prepared to help
you with whatever matter you're dealing with, whether it's a complex probate
or a will draft that needs editing. If you live in Vermont, New Hampshire
or Maine, call us today to receive guidance throughout the planning process.
Estate planning requires mountains of paperwork and attention to detail.
Allow our Dover estate planning lawyers to help you and call
today to get started.