Estate Planning Options With a Personal Touch
For over a decade, Attorney Candice O’Neil has been drawn to estate planning for the opportunity it provides to educate people about a complicated but important area of the law and to build lifelong relationships with clients. Her natural compassion and patience help put her clients at ease as they discuss the personal and sensitive issues necessary to creating an effective estate plan. While clients are drawn to her personable nature, they are also comforted knowing that she has over a decade of experience in estate planning. A graduate of Assumption College and Northeastern University School of Law, Candice honed her skills at a Massachusetts law firm and a wealth management company before joining Hudkins Law in 2011. Now the Managing Attorney of the Hampton, NH, office, Candice helps individuals and families protect their assets, plan for the care of loved ones and minor children, and avoid probate. In addition, she advises small business owners, assisting with entity selection, business formation, business succession planning, and contract drafting. It is never too soon to start thinking about protecting your assets and making a plan for your loved ones. Candice believes that every individual—young or old, married or single, wealthy or otherwise—should have an estate plan of some form. Make an appointment with her in Hampton or any of the firm's 7 convenient office locations to discuss your needs today.
- 2007 State Bar of New Hampshire
- 2006 State Bar of Massachusetts
After meeting with a knowledgeable New Hampshire trust attorney, you may have decided that a revocable living trust should be part of your estate plan. Revocable living trusts allow you to avoid the need for a probate administration, manage assets, and give greater control with regard to the distribution of assets to your loved ones. It is important that the trust is created in the proper manner i
If your loved one named you the executor of his New Hampshire will, shortly after his passing you will find yourself tasked with the responsibility of administering the estate. Finding and scheduling an appointment with a knowledgeable Exeter area probate administration attorney is one of the first steps to take during this process. Prior to your first meeting, it is highly beneficial to start gat
Many people mistakenly think that estate planning is for the elderly and the wealthy. It is critical for even your 18-year-old to have a basic NH estate plan.