A Different Kind of Law Firm
At the law firm of Susan G. Parker, Esq., PC, our goal is to take care of people. Whether you need a health care proxy, living trust, durable power of attorney or an entire estate plan, we listen to your needs and create a plan that works for you. Do you want to know what it means to be an heir, beneficiary, trustee, guardian or executor? Just ask us.
Estate Planning, Trusts, Tax Planning, Probate
If you’re shepherding a parent through the next stages of life, or concerned about elder law, we can take care of you. If you’re considering creating a trust, doing tax planning, or re-titling deeds, you can contact us and put your mind at ease. We also provide a full range of estate administration and tax services if you’re facing probate for the estate of a friend or loved one. Whether you need a trust for minor children or help with Medicaid asset protection, we can help you with your estate planning needs.
For business owners seeking to start or sell a business, we write business agreements and work on tax planning. Do you want to understand the differences between an LLC, S Corp., or partnership? Do you need an operating or shareholders agreement for co-owners? Do you want to sell your business and factor that into your estate planning? We can help.
- Estate planning can have many facets depending on your family and health concerns, assets and taxes. Basic estate planning should include: A LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT spell out who gets what and: Name a guardian for minor children. Bequeath assets that will…More
- When a person passes away, a lawyer is often called in to handle the paperwork involved with settling an estate’s assets. “Probate” is a legal proceeding which rules on the validity of a will and vests the Surrogate’s Court (in…More
- Need advice on how to form a new business venture or draft an agreement between you and a partner? Whether you are forming a new commercial enterprise or a non-profit organization, call us to get started. Draw upon our expertise so that you make decisions…More
- Did you know that the only place you can legally appoint a guardian for minor children is in your Will? This is the number one reason younger families need estate planning! Without a surviving parent, a court process would ensue to appoint a guardian, if…More