Welcome to Pandher Law Firm
Most of us have family that we love and care about. We have property and assets that we have worked hard over a lifetime to accumulate. We want to live our best lives and ensure that our medical and healthcare decisions are optimal. We want to preserve our legacy for future generations. But in life, nothing is certain. And preparation is everything. Estate planning is… planning for life.
At Pandher Law Firm, our goal is to be your trusted advisor and to help you and your family make the best decisions for the future. We will personally guide you to achieve your goals, including helping you avoid probate, establish the right type of trust, protect your assets, and ensure that you make the best decisions for your own well-being as well as those you love. We handle all aspects of estate planning law and will develop a personalized estate plan that honors your wishes while helping you navigate the complexity of the legal system.
Pandher Law Firm will develop a personalized plan for all of your estate planning needs
ESTATE PLANNING ATTORNEY
Gurjit S. Pandher
"I focus exclusively on estate planning because it’s a full circle conversation. What I ultimately care about is family, and helping people, and this is the perfect way to honor that."
As an experienced attorney, Gurjit S. Pandher is the person you want on your side. He is the managing attorney and founder of Pandher Law Firm and has helped hundreds of clients in his legal practice. He is well versed in all aspects of estate planning from the most basic to the most complex structures.
“I have already written a will. I’m set for what may happen in the future.”
If you have written a will, you are one step ahead. However, a will is not enough. A will does not allow you to avoid probate and it does not allow you to reduce or eliminate your estate taxes. It does not take care of all you other affairs like medical decisions. Quite simply put, a will alone is never enough.
Do I need estate planning?
If you have a family that you love, assets that you want to protect and, and healthcare decisions you want to control…then you need estate planning.
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