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A Guiding Hand in Estate Planning

It is never too early to start your estate planning. Attorney Michael J. Bresnehan prepares a variety of easy to use and understand estate planning documents at an affordable cost.

Helping You Protect Your Family

Attorney Michael J. Bresnehan has been helping clients with their estate planning needs for more than 20 years. When you are ready to start the process, he will meet with you personally to discuss your situation and what you ultimately hope to achieve. The estate planning services at the Law Offices of Michael J. Bresnehan, P.C. are reasonably priced, and will be tailored to meet your family's particular needs.

Keeping Things Simple

Estate planning doesn't have to be complicated, and we make sure it isn't.  For example, if you have personal property valued at $75,000 or more, or real estate with a net value of $100,000 or more, Mr. Bresnehan will help your heirs avoid the delays and expenses that typically arise during the probate process by showing you how to establish a revocable living trust. All of the estate planning documents he prepares are user-friendly and easy to understand, and because of his particular systems and procedures, he is able to offer these services at a fraction of the price that other estate planners charge, making them affordable for everyone. Mr. Bresnehan can help with the following:

• Simple Wills
• Will With Testamentary Trusts
• Revocable Living Trusts
• Pour-Over Wills

• Durable (Financial) Powers of Attorney
• Medical Healthcare Powers of Attorney
• Mental Healthcare Powers of Attorney
• Living Wills

Helping You Protect Yourself

In addition to protecting your family should anything ever happen to you, estate planning services can also help to protect you. For example, Mr. Bresnehan will help you prepare a living will and a medical power of attorney to ensure you receive appropriate medical treatment if you are unable to direct your care. Through a durable power of attorney, you can also allow a spouse or other individual to help with your financial affairs should you ever need additional help.