Estate Law Attorneys Serving San Joaquin County
Everyone needs basic estate documents such as a will, health care directive and power of attorney. Some people may have a need for additional estate instruments such as a special needs trust or a guardianship. All of these estate law vehicles can give you peace of mind and enable you to provide for the needs of your family.
At Dianne Drew Butler & Associates, Inc. in Stockton, we provide a complete range of estate law advice and services. We provide solutions tailored to our clients’ needs. Our firm can:
- Draft or revise a will
- Draft a health care proxy, an advance health care directive (living will), power of attorney or HIPAA release
- Create a trust
- Create a guardianship
- Provide probate administration services
- Address other estate matters that may arise
To schedule a consultation and learn more about wills, trusts and estate law in California, call Dianne Drew Butler & Associates, Inc. at 209-390-8829.
Planning For The Future
When you come to our offices to discuss your needs, you will meet an attorney who cares about you, your family and your future. This person will listen closely as you discuss your financial situation, your goals and your special concerns. Your attorney will then draft the estate documents designed to help you achieve your goals.
When A Significant Event Happens In Your Life
You may already have a will, trust or other estate instruments. They may be sufficient for your needs, but these documents should be re-examined from time to time. When a significant event happens, such as a marriage, birth of a child or divorce, you should revise your estate documents. Our firm can provide this service for a reasonable and affordable fee.
Efficient And Cost-Effective Probate Administration Services
Dealing with the financial affairs of a deceased family member can be confusing and time-consuming. At Dianne Drew Butler & Associates, Inc., we provide a complete range of probate and estate administration services. We can advise the executor, personal representative or other fiduciaries as to their duties and provide all of the services needed to wrap up the affairs of the estate. Our goal is to do this efficiently, so that the estate’s assets can be distributed to beneficiaries as soon as possible.