March 16, 2020 – For the foreseeable future, West Legal will remain open with a rotating, reduced complement of staff. We are requesting that all clients needing a consultation proceed with our lawyers via telephone or email rather than in-person. If you need to sign documents, we will reach out to you in advance to ensure your safety and ours. If you have cold-like symptoms (cough, runny nose, fever, shortness of breath, and breathing difficulties), please let us know in advance of your scheduled meeting so we can decide together how best to proceed. We look forward to continuing to serve you.
Behind every estate plan there are individuals who want to ensure their hard-earned assets pass to their loved ones or favorite charities. One of the goals of that estate plan is to simplify the process for loved ones, and leave a legacy of family and work and accomplishments.
Surely every real estate transaction involves people who feel the excitement, fear and anxiety that comes with that home purchase or sale. We understand that the process can feel overwhelming, and our role is to simplify things so you can focus on the many other things that come with such a big transition.
Are you the Executor of a loved one’s estate? Being called on to administer the estate of a deceased family member or friend can be a daunting task, filled with complexity and intricate legal requirements. Our qualified probate lawyers can simplify the probate process and help you navigate the complicated waters of estate administration.
Have you been dismissed from your job recently? Are you contemplating a career change? Or, perhaps you’re facing challenges in your current work environment. Whether you are employed, considering a new job offer or your employment has been terminated, understanding your legal rights and obligations is often difficult.
Separation and divorce are difficult, and each situation is as unique as the people dealing with it. We recognize that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to managing relationship breakdown. And we recognize that there is a cost, both emotional and financial, which can be minimized through sound advice and a focus on the best legal solutions to help you move forward.