Estate Planning and Probate Law
For years, Attorney E. Jack Shorr has assisted numerous clients with their estate planning needs. Of course, everyone’s situation is unique. After reviewing your individual circumstances, Attorney Shorr will identify and explain your options with sufficient clarity and detail to enable you to make highly informed decisions. Your plan may involve the drafting of a will, a trust, a durable power of attorney, your health care instructions, and important advance directives. You may elect to have a living will and additional planning documents. Whatever your choices may be, Attorney Shorr will work with you to craft an estate plan designed to accomplish your objectives while providing you with a genuine sense of satisfaction for a job well done.
Attorney E. Jack Shorr has represented executors, administrators, trustees, and others charged with the duty of administering decedents’ estates. He has also represented conservators, who are appointed by the Probate Court to protect the interests of those incapable of handling their personal and financial affairs. These individuals with such positions of trust are called “fiduciaries.” Attorney Shorr has spent years assisting fiduciaries responsible for gathering and identifying assets, resolving claims of creditors, protecting the interests of heirs and beneficiaries, attending hearings, and making distributions in accordance with trust documents or applicable orders of the Probate Court. If you retain Attorney Shorr as your counsel, you will find that his dedication, experience and thorough knowledge of probate law will be of great benefit to you in your pursuit of fairness and justice.
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