Your family. Your business. Your future. These three elements are often bound together, with the success of one dependent on the success of the other.
At Alexandria, Virginia's Richard A. Dezio, P.C. we understand that protecting your family and preserving your wealth may be one and the same. Since 1991 we have provided quality legal counsel to individuals, families, and small businesses. With our Alexandria estate planning advice, we help you plan for the future, without losing sight of what truly matters.
We believe that our Alexandria estate planning services can bring you the peace of mind that comes from knowing that you have provided for your heirs. And we can demystify the Alexandria estate planning process for you and maximize the amount of your hard-earned savings that passes to your heirs, instead of to the government.
Tenacious and compassionate Alexandria estate planning attorneys
We represent clients in matters related to the following:
-Business formation, transactions, and contracts
Our strategic approach to legal issues helps you avoid complications whenever possible and deal with them quickly if they do arise. We aggressively pursue the best course of action for you, and we are always prepared to answer any questions or address any of your concerns. What our estate planning attorneys in Alexandria can do for you As part of our estate planning services in Alexandria, we can do the following:
-Map out the appropriate estate planning approach: Whether it is a will or a trust we can advise you on your options and the benefits of each.
-Establish a plan for health care and end of life issues: We can help you with all health care directives to ensure your wishes are met.
-Establish tax protections: Our attorneys stay up to date on constantly changing tax laws and can make recommendations to ensure that the maximum amount of your estate passes to your heirs.
-Handle litigation issues: We are skilled at handling all types of will disputes and contests.
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