I used Heidi Webb to update my Revocable Trust, Will, and LLC after the passing of my wife. I can not say enough good things of her service. She was very attentive to my needs during a difficult time and offered very good advise on how I should have things updated. She is very knowledgeable in this area of law. She always took the time to listen and make recommendations based on my needs. She even took the time to meet with my son who is the executor of my will to explain everything that he would be responsible for after my passing which was important to me and my son. She made me feel very comfortable whenever we met and explained everything in language that I would understand. I would be remiss in not stating that her staff is outstanding and always followed up with my calls. I would highly recommend her and staff for all of your legal needs.
~ John W
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