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Attorney Jilian A. Morton is principal of Morton Law LLC with extensive experience representing the interests of her clients in real estate transactions, probate matters, and business law. Attorney Morton represents clients in civil cases in Housing, District, and Superior courts. She has successfully helped her clients navigate the Probate Court system and work through title issues on real estate purchases. Her goal is to assist clients in their legal matters whether transactional or in litigation.
Estate Planning services include the preparation of Wills, Revocable Trusts, Credit Shelter Trusts, Durable Powers of Attorney, Health Care Proxies, and Declarations of Homestead.
An attorney can guide you through the process of forming the structure, drafting the operating agreement, and policies.
Our firm specializes in probating estates including Formal Probate, Informal Probate, and Voluntary Administrations. Representation of Personal Representatives and heirs in probate matters and litigation.
Our firm can help manage legal problems between persons with familial relationships. These issues can include paternity, guardianship, juvenile delinquency, emancipation, custody, child support, adoption, and divorce.
Representing plaintiffs and defendants in civil lawsuits A civil lawsuit can arise in many different areas of law and often concerns the recovery of money or property.
Representing developers, contractors, or home improvement companies in drafting & negotiating construction contracts, preparation of mechanic liens, employment contracts, and contract disputes.
Scenario #1 - The blended family Facts: Al (age 72) and Lois (age 65) are a newly married couple seeking estate planning advice. Both were married previously and prepared individual estate plans over 20 years ago. Their plans are outdated and therefore need updating....
Revocable living trusts are an increasingly popular estate planning tool for married couples. They can be extremely useful for incapacity planning, probate avoidance (including the ability to avoid probate in other states so long as real estate in another state has...
Having an updated last will and testament is more important than ever, especially now. However, a will that is poorly created or not frequently updated can be vulnerable to contestation. What is contestation? It is the formal objection to a will’s (or trust’s)...