The Law Office of Robert Aufseeser is here to help you plan your estate.  A good estate plan promotes family harmony, provides clear instructions to your family and those you care about, minimizes taxes and costs of administration, and facilitates the transfer of assets and possibly values from one generation to the next.

An estate plan should be narrowly tailored to your particular needs and circumstances, and it should be flexible so that it can grow with you over time. Getting your estate plan in order will help you live a better life by reducing the stress and anxiety associated with not knowing how your affairs will be managed when you are gone.

By planning your estate early, you take control of a process that can often feel overwhelming.  We are here to help guide you through the process and to take it one step at a time.

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  • Wills
  • Revocable Living Trusts
  • Special Needs Trusts
  • Irrevocable Trusts such as Gift Trusts, Insurance Trusts, Spousal Access Trusts, Marital Trusts, Asset Protection Trusts, Dynasty Trusts, Charitable Trusts, and many others
  • Buy-Sell Agreements and Business Succession Planning
  • Estate, Inheritance, and Generation Skipping Transfer Tax Planning
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Living Wills and Medical Directives


The laws regarding estate planning are complex and nuanced, and there are issues that may need to be addressed of which you may not be aware.  Without the careful guidance of a lawyer you may make mistakes and those mistakes may undermine everything you have sought to accomplish.  Ultimately, your assets may not be handled the way you want and you may lose control.

Whether you are just beginning to build your estate or whether you want to protect the wealth you have amassed over a lifetime or more, we can help.


The cost of planning your estate depends largely on the size and value of your estate and the complexity of how you want it managed. Estate planning does not have to be expensive, and we are happy to provide a free consultation to better understand your goals and budget.


This area of the law is constantly evolving.  Contact us for up-to-date advice on how best to approach your estate planning goals.