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Estate Planning Clients

Satori Law Group has helped clients meet their estate planning objectives for over 20 years. Our firm has the knowledge and expertise to meet your unique needs and understand your circumstances. We believe in the prevention of potential conflicts and reduction of risk exposures; therefore, our attorneys assist clients in creating comprehensive and personalized wills and trusts to ensure the protection of your assets and wealth. We understand that the legal process can be difficult and hard to understand. As our client, you will have a dedicated attorney by your side to explain every detail and explore your options so that you can make informed decisions about what is best for you and your family.

Are you well-prepared for your future? Take a look at our Estate Planning Deficiency Checklist and evaluate what estate planning issues you should address.


If you answered no to any of the questions above, it may be time to revise your estate plan. The legal team at Satori can help you in creating a personalized estate plan that will address all of your specific concerns.

Our attorneys assist individuals and business owners in planning and preserving their assets for future generations. To ensure that our clients are protected, we meticulously craft trusts, wills, powers of attorney, and other estate planning documents. We consider your concerns and personal relationships with utmost importance because each individual and family situation is unique and deserves personal attention. We employ a full spectrum of legal mechanisms to accomplish your business and tax objectives.

Our services include:
  • Preparation of irrevocable living trusts to avoid probate and minimize estate taxes
  • Succession planning for family own businesses
  • Advice on legal and tax aspects of different forms of ownership of property for purposes of successor
  • Funds of living trusts with equity interest in corporations and limited liability companies
  • Trust administration
  • Probate administration and probate litigation
  • Irrevocable life insurance trusts
  • Family limited liability companies
  • Gift and charitable giving programs, including Charitable Remainder Trusts and other planned gift instruments
  • Plans for the contingency of disability through advanced health care directives, power of attorneys for assets management and wills
  • Reviews and updates of living trusts
If you're ready to begin your Satori Estate Planning Experience, contact us today for a complimentary consultation.

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