Through one of the most turbulent times of life, Heidi and her colleagues offered professional guidance and an empathetic heart. It cannot be stressed enough how grateful I am to have had someone of her character and calibur assisting me after my father's passing.
As the executor, both Heidi and her team made sure I had a holistic understanding of what was going on, keeping me consistently engaged. Despite my father not having a will, any complications or hurdles encountered in the process were quickly overcome by her excelling competence.
It is with the utmost sincerity that I would recommend Heidi's services to anyone.
~ Connor R
Attorney Heidi Webb has been competently and capably handling my estate planning needs for several years. Her staff is efficient, helpful, and always friendly. I highly recommend the law office of Heidi Webb!
~ Hay C
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