Heidi is amazing! She prepared all of our estate documents. She took the time to understand our needs, prepared everything based upon our needs and desires, and explained everything thoroughly, yet in terms that were easily understood. I HIGHLY recommend Heidi! She's very knowledgeable, professional and accessible. She also has an amazing staff!
~ Merry S
Gratitude and our deepest respect to Heidi Webb and her dedicated staff in bring our 12 year old Estate Plan with a Revocable Trust up to date. We really appreciated our time spent with Heidi in the review and final presentation of our Estate Plans. Again, Our THANKS to Heidi and her devoted Staff for a job well done.
~ Ray H
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