The Law Office Of Dana Baker, P.C.
I want to congratulate you for making it here and taking the first step toward planning for everyone and everything you love. I cherish the opportunity to help you secure what you love.
I look forward to learning your story, hearing what matters to you, and helping you discover what is actually needed to keep your loved ones out of court and out of conflict when something happens to you (or them).
In one sentence, I help families avoid collapse after the death or disability of a loved one.
To find out more about how you can start on this important planning, you are invited to one of my upcoming events (check out the schedule below).
Or schedule your FREE 15-minute phone consultation and speak with me personally about your family or your business.
“About a year ago, Dana Baker was highly recommended to me by two different people. My husband and I hired her in a custody issue for our Granddaughter. She was very professional and efficient. We then reached out to Dana again a couple of months ago for another legal matter. Again, the same courtesy as before. I will go back to Dana for any legal needs.”
– Dona A.
“Several years ago, Dana helped my husband and me write our wills. When I lost him to cancer this past year I went back for her help with probate, and several other legal and financial matters. She handled everything with expertise and kindness. Her own personal values come thru in the way she conducts her business. I was very thankful for her assistance.”
– Bobbie T
Begin Preparing For Your Future Today!
Estate planning. When you hear the words, it calls to mind a picture of a giant house on sprawling grounds. But the reality is, estate planning can benefit everyone – regardless of the size of their assets.
While many people don’t start thinking about protecting their assets until later in life, it’s never too early to start thinking about the future. Dana Bakers’ estate planning law firm focuses on creating legal security for people of all ages.
Interested In Wills And Trusts?
Wills and Trusts form two essential pillars of any complete estate plan. But what are they anyway? And do you really need both a will and a trust?
Trusts are a great way to secure your assets for the ones you love. If you want to keep portions of your estate out of probate – setting up a trust is an invaluable tool.
On the other hand, Wills give you the opportunity to make sure that your assets and possessions are passed on to the ones you love.
Wills and trust attorney Dana Baker works with clients of all ages to explain the benefits of these tools. Contact her to schedule a free consultation and learn more about these exciting opportunities!