Randy M. Lish, Attorney at Law
Estate Planning, Medicaid Planning And Probate In Provo, Utah.

Why Experience Matters

Estate planning and probate are areas of the law where a lawyer's experience really matters. When you draft a will or a trust, you create a document that will have to hold up to legal scrutiny many years into the future.

I am attorney Randy M. Lish, and I have been helping clients with wills, trusts, powers of attorney, health care directives, Medicaid planning, elder law, asset protection planning and other issues since 1982. I have seen how careful planning can help families avoid unnecessary conflict and build lasting legacies.

An Estate Plan Custom-Made For You

Everyone should have some type of estate plan. Everyone should have a will, a power of attorney and a health care directive to make their wishes known and to spare their loved ones frustration and heartache.

In addition, many families can benefit from more advanced estate planning tools such as trusts. These can be customized to meet many different purposes, including preserving assets, caring for vulnerable family members or providing for charities.

When you come to me for help, I learn about your family's circumstances and your wishes for the future. I can then put together a plan that will build your legacy and set your family on the path toward your goals.

Contact My Office

Developing a well-crafted estate plan requires help from a skilled and experienced lawyer. Get started by calling Randy M. Lish, Attorney at Law, at 801-900-6373. You can also reach my office by email.

My office is in Provo, Utah, and I represent clients throughout the surrounding area in estate planning, Medicaid planning, elder law, probate and other matters.

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