Do you need a Will? Or, how about a Deed? What about the formation of a business? We can even review your legal documents. Whether simple documents or complex documents, we can advise you on what a document means and how it applies to you. There are many state statutes or local ordinances that influence how your document is drafted. If you need a document drafted, we will ensure that it captures applicable rules. If you need room to add negotiated terms, then we can research the law and guide you on leveraging your negotiations. Estes-Hightower PLLC can assist with the below sampling of legal documents and much more.


A written Will must be signed in person and sworn to under affidavit by two or more credible witnesses who are at least 14 years of age and who state their names to the Will in their own handwriting in the presence of the person for whom the Will is made.


A writing or other record that designates another person as agent and grants authority to that agent to act in the place of another person.


A trust may be created by a property owner's declaration that the owner holds the property as trustee for another person.


Developing and filing a certificate of formation and assumed name for an owner of profit or nonprofit corporation, limited liability company, or partnership.


Reviewing and consulting on all of legal documents to examine legal implications.