Probate Administration


When a loved one passes away with just a will, or no estate plan, the assets and liabilities of that individual passes through a court-supervised process called Probate.  Probate Courts transfer a deceased person’s assets to the beneficiaries listed in his or her will.   The first step in many Probate proceedings is locating the will, and once found, filing it with the probate court.  This is usually done by the executor appointed in your will, and if there is no will, then a family member usually...

Power of Attorney


A general “power of attorney (POA)” is a legal document designed to give another individual the authority to act on your behalf. A POA can be general or specific and can serve many purposes including, but not limited to, business, financial, and medical decisions.  The authority of a POA will end if you become incapacitated. 


However, a “durable power of attorney” is a legal document  that will remain in affect...

Estate Planning


The process of estate planning involves people, assets, and the various forms of ownership and title that those assets may take.  A properly designed and implemented estate plan gives you the control while helping you in the smooth transfer of your estate to the special people in your life. 


The failure to plan ahead can lead to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)...

Advance Healthcare Directive


An "advance health care directive” is a document that allows you to designate an individual to carry out important health care decisions in the event that you are unable to make such decisions. With an advanced health care directive, your physician, friends, family, and loved ones will be aware of your health care preferences and wishes concerning matters such as surgical procedures, life-sustaining...

Real Estate Transactions


Legal transactions involving real estate encompass a wide variety of different matters. At Duisters & Parvizi, we represent various property owners, buyers, sellers, landlords, tenants, and brokers. Our firm assists in various transactions including but now limited to; evictions, deeds of trusts, inheritance of property, drafting and/or review of purchase and sales agreements...


Business Entity Formation


The start of a business entity can be a daunting and confusing task if one does not understand the proper steps to take.  There are various types of business entities, each with their own advantages and disadvantages. 


When deciding which business structure fits an individual’s needs best, it is important to know the differences and potential pitfalls...


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Trust Administration


Trust Administration begins at the time that a Trust is created and continues until terminated.  There are many kinds of trusts, including Testamentary Trusts and Living Trust.  A Testamentary Trust is one that is created by a will and Living Trusts are created during your lifetime.  A Living Trust provides lifetime and after-death property management by placing your assets in a trust for your benefit during your lifetime, and then...



A “legal guardianship” is a relationship established by the court which designates a person to care for a minor under the age of eighteen whose parent(s) are no longer able to care for them, most commonly as a result of death or incapacity. By establishing a legal guardian for your child/children you have the ability to designate an individual who you believe would be best suited...

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