TuckerAllen is a different kind of law firm. Whether you need a will, trust, elder law, long-term care planning, Medicaid planning, or special needs planning, our knowledgeable attorneys can help. By maintaining our focus on these closely related areas of the law, we’re able to serve each client’s unique needs more competently, more efficiently, and more cost effectively.
Every TuckerAllen estate planning attorney is highly trained and experienced. Before joining our firm, each of our licensed attorneys must have a minimum of five years’ experience. Before meeting their first TuckerAllen client, these seasoned attorneys must successfully complete both our rigorous estate planning educational program and our client service training program. We also require that our attorneys complete additional, targeted estate planning educational programs every year to assure that they maintain the highest level of technical competence.
But being a TuckerAllen estate planning attorney requires more than just technical competence. We believe that the attorney-client relationship is a personal one that involves trust, open communication, and confidence. Our top priority is to get to know you, our client, so that we can fully understand your needs and wishes. We listen. We explain. We answer every question. And only then do we advise you on the best way to craft your estate plan to accomplish your very personal wishes.
Efficiency Reflected in Reasonable Fees
Because we limit our practice to wills & trusts, elder law, and special needs planning, TuckerAllen can be more efficient in the operation of our legal business. This allows our costs to be more manageable and predictable. For this reason, we don’t charge our clients in the traditional way that most lawyers work. Instead, we charge a fixed, affordable, and published fee, with no upcharges, no exceptions, and no surprises. Our affordable fees are a direct result of the competence and efficient approach of our estate planning attorneys.