Elizabeth has more than 20 years of estate planning and probate experience. When drafting Wills, Trusts, Financial and Health Care Powers of Attorney, and Living Wills, her deep-level discussions with clients address answers to the ‘hard questions’ that they care about. The impact of family dynamics upon choosing a guardian for minor children, the realities of geography and responsiveness when deciding on an Agent, Executor or Trustee, and concerns about disability or loss of control of finances are among the critical factors to consider when developing an effective estate plan. She also actively advises clients about how to implement their plans and avoid danger zones. Proper retitling of assets and timely changes in beneficiary designations ensure that client wishes are carried out as intended, which is particularly crucial after divorce or loss of a loved one.