A lineage is not born- it’s made. Over the course of your life, you define what you want to be remembered for and you create the memories that will be left behind. This important impact requires a few key people to help you navigate what your lineage means.
If you own a family business, for example, your children and grandchild might play part in defining what the future of that company looks like.
The guardians you select for your children and the person you name as an agent on your power of attorney will have a close and important relationship with both you and your family.
Over the course of your life, you continue to add key relationships with other people you respect and trust. All of them play a role in your life, whether it’s for a reason, a season, or a lifetime.
At our law office, our team has become like a family. We’ve worked together for years, striving for a common goal. And we know how powerful it is to have the right people in your corner.
That’s why we believe that a law firm- and what we do here at this firm- is so much more than creating plans or helping family members to carry them out. We’re part of your lineage, and it’s a role we’re proud to play.
And if you’re not sure where to start with lineage planning, we’re here to help guide that conversation, too.
It’s one that allows us to see your family grow and change over time, and that’s a position we cherish on your team. We’re here to help you keep outlining and serving your lineage long after any initial meeting because we really care and because the relationships we’ve formed with our clients are what make our firm.
Keeping in touch with your growing family and changing needs- that’s our lineage.
What’s your lineage?