Our firm provides a wide range of legal services to our clients. Let our legal professionals help you with expert representation and advice. Some of the areas where we assist our clients are outlined below. If you are interested in learning more about our Legal Services, please contact us today.
Our legal experts will help you with a variety of areas which can affect your business. We help with the planning, formation, operation, re-organization, sale, and dissolution of various business forms, such as corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies, joint ventures and sole proprietorships. For individuals and small businesses, a legal document can be a challenge to understand the implications of what’s written. A core Burnett Advisors service is reviewing contracts and legal documents to ensure your interests are represented.
This area involves the range of services from drafting a basic will to complex tax planning for large estates. Our clients typically consider the use of wills, revocable living trusts, durable powers of attorney, health care powers of attorney, advance directives for health care, including living wills and/or health care proxies, and other documents and planning techniques in order to create a plan which addresses the various objectives and needs of their families. This forms the foundation for a comprehensive plan that will give you peace of mind.
The traditional probate term refers to the legal process of administering a decedent’s estate, pursuant to the terms and provisions of his or her Last Will and Testament. It is actually a part of the larger estate administration practice of the firm which deals with all legal and tax considerations arising from a death.
Trust administration addresses the variety of legal and tax consequences and considerations which arise following a person’s death, at which time our staff is equipped to guide the decedent’s family and legal representatives. Likewise, as trusts have become widely used due to the flexibility they offer in personal planning, we advise our clients, both as beneficiaries and as fiduciaries, in all aspects of the creation and administration of trusts.
Our legal experts can provide assistance in such areas as landlord/tenant disputes; real estate acquisitions and sales; joint ventures; residential/commercial lease creation and negotiation; foreclosures; and private money lending.
Burnett Advisors is not a law firm and does not provide legal advice. However, Burnett & Brown, PLLC is a law firm and may provide legal and tax advice within the context and limitations outlined herein. Please go to www.burnettbrown.com for more information. The material on this web site is for informational purposes only. This information is not legal advice or a legal, nor is it a solicitation of legal business.
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