Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning

Our wills, trusts, and estate planning practice is led by Mr. Paul B. Burris, who has many years of experience in this field and has received certifications as an Accredited Estate Planner (AEP®) and Estate Planning Law Specialist (EPLS).  Under the leadership of Mr. Burris, the mission of our estate planning practice is to ensure that your assets are protected and used to benefit your family in the manner you desire.  We can also help your loved ones with probate if needed. 
Wills, Trusts, and Estate Planning
The creation of wills, trusts, powers of attorney and related documents is often referred to as “estate planning”, but Creason, Moore, Dokken, & Geidl attorneys can assist you in identifying and creating solutions well beyond traditional estate planning. 

Wills help direct the disposition of assets after death instead of leaving distribution up to the direction of state laws and the often-contradicting recollections of beneficiaries.  Trusts can be used during your life and afterward to make sure that your assets are used for the people you wish in the manner you intend.  In addition, we can help you investigate and pursue several alternative planning arrangements. 

We are well-versed in probate practice and can assist you in carrying out the terms of a will or trust following the death of a loved one.