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Helping you in life and in business.

Stafford Law Firm is dedicated to our clients. We place your individual needs at the forefront, working diligently and zealously to protect your interests and meet your objectives.

I want to congratulate you for making it here and taking the first step toward planning for everyone and everything you love. It is my life’s work to help you secure what you love.

I look forward to learning your story, hearing what matters to you, and helping you discover what’s actually needed to keep your loved ones out of court and out of conflict when something happens to you (or them).

Will Stafford

Stafford Law Firm

In one sentence, we help families and businesses avoid collapse after the death or disability of a loved one or business partner.

To find out more about how you can start on this important planning, you are invited to sign up for one of our webinars.

Or schedule your FREE 15-minute phone consultation and speak with us personally about your family or your business. If you are ready to jump right in and get going, you can schedule right online

Practice Areas

Providing peace of mind and quality legal help get you where you need to be.

Estate Planning

You’ve worked hard for what you’ve earned, and now it’s up to you to protect it. Your family depends on it. Fortunately for you, we can create the perfect plan for you and your family.

Business Law

As a business owner, it’s not just your family that depends on you. Your employees, partners, and customers rely on you to make the right decision. Having a plan is the first step to security.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Wants to protect themselves, their assets and their loved ones in case they get sick or pass away;
  • has minor children and is worried about what will happen to them if you are injured or unexpectedly die.
  • is worried about the state inheriting everything they’ve worked so hard their entire life for;
  • Wants to minimize taxes that go to the government instead of their loved ones;
  • Has a business and wants to make sure it continues operating in the case of injury or untimely death;
  • Is single and wants to appoint the best people as their health care powers of attorney to make healthcare decisions for them in case they can’t;
  • Wants to make sure their Will outlines instructions for their family during uncertain times, including Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) wishes and other medical decisions.

If any of these scenarios sound like you and you are curious about what an estate plan should look like for you, please contact us today for a free consultation.

An estate plan is not a static document that should live in a dusty old binder, never to be looked at again until your final years.

An estate plan is a living document that outlines your wishes and plans for the “what ifs” at every stage of your life.

In fact, your estate plan should change, especially if you have been recently married or divorced, had more children, or have had other life changing events that require your original plan to be modified.

If you have had some changes in your life that you feel may require you to make changes to your current estate plan, please call today to schedule a complimentary consultation. We’ll walk through the changes you make and let you decide what path to take.

If you have children, you need an estate plan. This is without question, something you need to do. There are issues specific to children that you will need to address in your plan, namely, who will you appoint as guardian if you and your spouse are unable to care for your children?

If you are a single parent, or the custodial parent, and have concerns regarding your child’s care if you were unable to care for them, you should talk to an attorney right away to get insights on what you should do next.

Business succession planning is an important part of estate planning for business owners. It involves creating a plan that passes the management and/or ownership of your business to someone else after you retire, become disabled, or die. In simple terms, succession planning is the process of passing control of the business to others.

If you die without a Will then the intestacy laws of the state where you lived and owned real estate at the time of your death will determine who will inherit your property.