A West Virginia Legal Practice
Thursday May 27th 2010

Wills and Trusts

Simple Wills

Ideal for the average person who does not own a business or need complex trusts. Great for individuals with small families or individuals with little need for estate planning or tax considerations.

Complex Wills

Ideal for those who want to set up trusts for their loved ones after they pass away. Great for those with small businesses, very large family, or moderate tax considerations.

Advanced Wills

Ideal for those with ownership interests in large privately held businesses that must consider taxes and ownership issues.  Great for those with great assets that must be allocated to numerous individuals, charities, or trusts. Services are billed at an hourly rate and Free Initial Consultation

Existing Will Modifications

Additions or modifications to existing wills are completed at a reduced rate depending on the time and complexity involved in the changes. All initial consultations are fee and please Contact Me with your unique situation.


I can create for you any type of trust that will meet your needs. The fee and time frame necessary depends on the type and complexity of the trust.

Trust Type Examples:

  • Trusts created in a will, see will sections
  • Medicaid Trusts
  • Asset protection Trusts
  • Irrevocable Trusts
  • Revocable Trusts
  • and more

Medical Documents

Medical Power of Attorney – to grant someone the ability to make medical decisions for you if you are unable.

Living Will – A document outlining your desire concerning certain medical situations.

Other documents not listed are available upon request.

Financial Documents

Financial Power of Attorney - grants someone the ability to make financial decisions for you if you are unable or even if you are able in certain situations.

Other documents not listed are available upon request.