As the U.S. is beginning to grapple with COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and its implications, we hope you and your families are remaining healthy and safe during this time. Our current plan is to remain open and continue operating while taking additional precautionary measures as recommended by the Virginia Department of Health and CDC. By following these guidelines, the health and safety of our employees and clients can be protected while we continue to serve you. Our infrastructure also allows some of our professionals to work securely from a remote location which will ensure business continuity should the spread of the virus continue.
Whether your priority is tax planning, distribution of assets among your beneficiaries, appointing an executor, naming guardians for minor children, planning for avoidance of probate, asset protection or any other concern, estate planning is the key to ensuring that your priorities and family values are addressed to your satisfaction.
Each of the attorneys at Midgett Preti Olansen is experienced in the administration of probate estates, revocable and irrevocable trusts and taxable estates. For many individuals, acting as a fiduciary, whether it be as an Executor under a Will or a Trustee of a Trust, is an unfamiliar situation. Because of our experience in these matters
Our attorneys are experienced in the administrative and court proceedings related to estate and trust litigation. We have served clients who have challenged wills and trusts, and we have represented the executors and trustees defending the validity of these documents.
Whether representing your interests in a trial setting, conducting arbitration or mediation, advising on business transactions, or serving as trial counsel, we are committed to pursuing all possible solutions to meet your strategic objectives in resolution of disputes.
The attorneys of Midgett Preti Olansen are experienced in handling all aspects of the representation of business clients beginning with the initial planning and start-up phase, followed by the growth of the business, and planning for the ultimate succession or sale of the business.
Effective and timely advice, provided by experienced counsel, is crucial when the IRS, state or local government comes to audit your tax return, collect a delinquent tax liability or request the disclosure of a foreign bank account.
The legal practice area known as “elder law” is a response to the increasing number of seniors in our society and the graying of our population. Thanks to the efforts of the health care community and advances in medical science, our life expectancy has improved significantly over the past several decades.