Albuquerque Wills & Trusts

Thinking about your end of days is never pleasant, but planning for the future well-being of your family is essential. From wills and trusts to probate and taxes, this site is designed to provide you with valuable information about estate planning.

Here you will learn about the variety of estate planning tools available to you that can help you maximize the inheritance you leave to your loved ones. You’ll also find information about powers of attorney, advanced medical directives and HIPAA—all things that can affect your estate plan and how you are cared for in the event of incapacitation. While estate planning can be complex, it is our hope to demystify the process and arm you with the knowledge needed to make informed decisions about preparing your final wishes. Since no two estates are alike, our New Mexico estate planning lawyers are always ready to provide you with specific advice regarding your particular situation.


Estate Planning: New Mexico Advance Directives

Advance directives are a way to plan for future health issues you may face.

Drafting Real Estate Deeds

Deeds are legal documents used to transfer titles in real estate. There are various types of deeds used for different purposes:

New Mexico Estate Taxes

As you begin to develop your estate plan, it is important to consider the tax implications you may face.

Joint Wills

A joint will is a will created by two people, usually husband and wife, where each person leaves all their property and assets to the other

If you have questions about developing an estate plan, concerns about an estate plan you’ve already developed or need help contesting a will or holding a negligent trustee or executor accountable for their actions, our New Mexico estate planning lawyers in Albuquerque, Farmington, Las Cruces, Roswell and Santa Fe can help. Contact us today!