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Whether you are married, single, or divorced, it is important to have a will to make sure your wishes are honored. Learn about estates and wills while preparing your own legal will during class. You will receive all of the tools needed to complete this important document, including instructions, a professionally prepared form, witnesses, and a notary public. This class is tailored to people who have an estate of less than $2 million and do not own a business. Spouses must register separately.
Attorney Riley Sullivan works with members of the community to help accomplish their estate planning, elder law, probate, and business succession goals. He assists individuals, families, and businesses to find their best course of action in the present to gain peace of mind for the future.
Riley got into estate planning because it allows him to work alongside the client towards a common goal. He creates plans tailored to his client’s specific needs, whether that is avoiding the probate process, providing for their loved ones, or any matter unique to them. Riley can also help manage the estates of people who have passed away. Riley takes the time to make sure clients understand the processes they are going through and the documents they are signing. Ensuring your needs and goals are met to the best of his abilities is Riley’s main objective.
During his free time, Riley likes to spend time outdoors, whether that is hiking, playing basketball with friends, or just enjoying the nice weather while it lasts.
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