Wills Estates & Trusts

Do you have a plan for how your assets will be managed and distributed after you pass away? 

The attorneys at Orr McDonnell Law, PLLC have extensive experience in this area and can help you take care of those you love.

Do you have a plan?

Your estate plan may include important assets, such as:

  • Your home and properties
  • Vehicles
  • Bank accounts
  • Retirement funds
  • Valuable personal property
  • Insurance proceeds


Our talented attorneys can prepare comprehensive and personalized estate plans that specify how your wealth is handled so that you know your family will be taken care of long after you are gone.

Reach out to us today to discuss any of the following estate planning services we offer at our firm: 


Your last will and testament is an essential document that provides instructions on what to do with your assets once you pass. We provide customized wills to provide maximum protection for your loved ones and assets.


Even if you have a will, a trust may provide more comprehensive protections. A trust can help you avoid probate, pass on assets efficiently to beneficiaries, and provide protection from creditors.

Asset Protection

We can explore a variety of proactive asset protection strategies to help you maximize what you pass onto your loved ones while protecting them from exposure to risks in probate and minimizing tax liability. 

Charitable Planning

We have helped many clients utilize charitable trusts to support causes they are passionate about. If you are interested in creating a charitable trust, contact us to learn your options.

Power of Attorney

Having a comprehensive power of attorney can help ensure that your financial and medical affairs are taken care of in the event you are unable to manage them yourself. We can tailor a custom power of attorney to fit your needs. 

Business Succession Planning

When you’ve worked so hard to build up a successful business, you want to create an effective exit strategy and succession plan that is in your best financial interests. Our attorneys can guide you through your options and create a plan that is right for you.

Living Wills and Medical Powers of Attorney

Specify your wishes for important matters in case you are ever incapacitated: During the estate planning process, you will have the opportunity to state your medical preferences, including end-of-life care, who will manage your affairs, and more in the event you cannot care for yourself.

Contact us for more information on how to plan ahead with a will or trust.