Leeds Moody Estate Planning Attorney
Candace Crenshaw spends much of her time as an Estate Planning Lawyer doing research in areas of practice include property, estate law, wills and trusts.
Laws are continuing to increase in complexity; therefore, it is very important to seek legal advice when dealing with estate matters.
Developing an estate plan is essential make decisions now for your death as well as in the event you become disabled.
Your estate plan will help you manage your assets including your home and other real estate, your investments, your business, your life insurance and your employee benefits, etc.
Documents you would typically include in your estate plan would be a will, a living will and advanced directive, durable power of attorney for your health care, a durable power of attorney for your property and a living trust.
Ms. Crenshaw, your Estate Planning Lawyer, can guide you through each step fo creating an effective estate plan to meet your specific needs.
Ms. Crenshaw also works at the Appellate Level of the judicial system which is responsible for hearing and reviewing appeals from legal cases that have already been heard in the lower courts.
Areas of Practice:
- Wills and Trust
University of Alabama
University of Alabama School of Law
- Alabama Bar Association
- St. Clair County Bar Association
- Secretary, Treasure for the St. Clair County
Leeds Moody Estate Planning Lawyer
Ms. Crenshaw would be happy to meet with you and assist you with your legal needs.
Serving St. Clair County, Jefferson and Shelby Counties
Contact Ms. Crenshaw, your Estate Planning Lawyer at Hill, Hill & Gossett, P.C. at 205.640.2000 to schedule an appointment to discuss your legal needs.
Hill, Hill & Gossett, P.C., Attorneys at Law, provide a broad range of legal services to individual, business and local government clients including general civil practice in all courts, government law, business law, personal injury, real estate, domestic relations, estate law, wills and probate, workmen’s compensation, fraud, wrongful death, alternative dispute resolution and criminal defense for St. Clair County and Jefferson County – Leeds, Moody, Odenville, Springville, Trussville, Pell City, Ashville and the greater Birmingham area.