In the course of estate planning, people often find themselves unsure of who they should name as personal representative, trustee, or attorney-in-fact. In some cases, trusted family or friends are not available to serve, and others simply don't wish to burden a loved one with the responsibility. Sometimes, family dynamics are such that nominating one relative might cause conflict. In these types of cases, individuals often turn to professional fiduciaries to perform these roles.
With years of experience advising trustees, personal representatives, and attorneys-in-fact, Baker Law Group's attorneys are well equipped to step in and offer fiduciary services. Our work will be impartial and professional with the ultimate goal of efficient administration.
-Personal Representative services
-Agent/ Attorney-In-Fact under Financial Power of Attorney