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Trusts, Estates & Wealth Preservation

We develop solutions that help you accomplish your objectives.

Young Moore attorneys provide comprehensive wealth preservation and transfer counsel to our clients on all aspects of estate planning, estate administration, business succession planning and estate and trust dispute resolution. We create tailored and meaningful estate plans, address individual family dynamics, work to preserve family harmony, provide compassionate guidance during times of loss, help transition the family business to the next generation, and understand the sensitive dynamics of fiduciary disputes.

By listening to our clients and understanding what is important to them, we develop solutions. Our objective is to help our clients realize their objectives. We work directly with each client, and when appropriate, collaborate with members of the client’s counseling team (accountants, bankers, financial advisors, insurance agents, and other professionals) to accomplish those objectives. Young Moore and Henderson, P.A. is a firm where trust, estate and wealth preservation solutions are found.

For more information on how we can assist you, please visit our service pages below. See also A Guide to Wills, Estate, Trust and Guardianship Litigation.

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