Immon Shafiei

Immon Shafiei

Mr. Shafiei focuses his practice in the areas of estate and tax planning, estate administration, small business representation, business succession planning, elder law, and probate litigation. Mr. Shafiei represents national and regional lending institutions and other credit issuing entities in the areas of commercial litigation, collections, bankruptcy, work outs, and foreclosure in litigation and arbitration matters. He also practices in the representation of individuals, small businesses, and large corporation in complex commercial and estate litigation matters.

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When to Re-Visit Your Estate Planning

You have spent days, and maybe even weeks, working with your attorney on your Estate Planning. You finally feel that you have addressed all of your concerns and are comfortable with who your belongings are going to after you pass away. Now, you can sit back and relax and never worry about your estate planning […]

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Think you do not have anything to leave behind? Think Again! (Part 4 of 4) – Living Will and Advance Directive

You have now prepared your Last Will and Testament and have named your Attorney-In-Fact in your Power of Attorney, but what about your health? Who will take care of you and your medical needs if you become incapacitated? That is precisely what a Living Will and Advance Directive will provide. A Living Will and Advance […]

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Think you do not have anything to leave behind? Think Again! (Part 3 of 4) – Durable Power of Attorney

Ok, so now you have a Last Will and Testament where you have directed where your assets will go after you pass away and who will be responsible for administering your estate. But who will help you during your lifetime if you become incapacitated and need assistance handing your finances? Enter the Durable Power of […]

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Think you do not have anything to leave behind? Think Again! (Part 2 of 4) – Wills

Now that you have considered all of the various possibilities that you may amass a sizeable estate when you pass away, you then must consider to whom you would like the assets to pass to and, just as important, who will administer your estate. First, the decision of who will inherit from your estate. A […]

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Think you do not have anything to leave behind? Think Again! (Part 1 of 4)

We hear it time and time again. People considering whether or not to have estate planning documents done, but stopping short of following through because they think “I really do not have anything to leave behind” or “There is no need right now, I only have one bank account anyway”. While that may be true […]

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