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Practice Areas

Satori Law Group, Inc. provides a range of business and estate planning and legal services that complement one another to ultimately offer our clients comprehensive advice. Our practice areas include:

  • Estate planning
  • Special Needs Trusts
  • Same-sex trusts
  • Planned giving
  • Medicaid/Medical asset protection
  • Business formation
  • Ongoing business advisory
  • Contract preparation
  • Trust administration
  • Probate

Our firm deploys its diverse knowledge base and professional experiences to assist individuals and business owners in protecting their personal and business assets in all manners including business and corporate law transactions and litigation, including acquisition and sales, financing, leases, real estate, and business disputes, estate planning in all matters relating to both pre and post death issues for wills, trusts, trust administration probate and trust litigation.

While conflict avoidance is our objective, our attorneys are distinguished in litigation matters focusing on estate planning and probate, business and contract disputes, shareholder and ownership issues as well as real estate disputes.

We protect our clients’ interests by vigorously defending claims against them.

Satori Law Group also offers counsel regarding green building law and sustainability.

Latest Blog Post

  • Your Rights as the Parent of a Young Adult - What You Need to Know When a Medical Crisis Hits

    As a parent, you are most likely quite accustomed to managing the legal and medical affairs of your children, as circumstances require. If your child requires urgent medical attention while away from you, a simple phone call authorizing care usually can do the trick. But what happens when those “children” turn 18, and are now adults in the eyes of the law, and need of urgent medical attention far from home? The simple fact is that the day your child turns 18, he or she becomes an adult, and have the legal rights of an adult. What this means for you is that you lose your prior held rights to make medical and financial decisions for your child, unless your child executes legal documents giving you those rights back. Without the proper legal documents in place, accessing medical information, and even being informed about your adult child’s medical condition can be difficult and in some cases, impossible.

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