Morley Law Office can assist you set up a will and trust, and help you understand differences between the two. Both are useful estate planning devices that serve different purposes, and both can work together to create a complete estate plan. The important difference is that a will goes into effect only after you die, while a trust takes effect as soon as you create it. A will also allows you to name a guardian for your children.
Schedule a consultation to inquire about how Morley Law Office can help you plan your estate for your family and loved ones.
Ending a marriage is never easy, but getting divorced doesn’t have to be hard.
Morley Law Office is committed to helping you develop a parenting plan (visitation) agreement that is in the best interests of your children. We are experienced in all aspects of child custody issues and will ensure that we understand your family situation. We can answer questions about: legal custody and physical custody; visitation and parenting plans; modifications of custody orders; temporary custody orders; parenting plans; effects of domestic abuse, mental health issues, and drug or alcohol addiction on custody; parental alienation; supervised visitation; and grandparent visitation.
Here are some of the frequently asked questions about family law and estate planning.