Helping you fix the gaps in your current plan

Many people already have an estate plan in place, but since laws are perpetually changing, ongoing maintenance and updating of your plan is necessary.  Failure to do so can cause problems that stretch far into the future, creating unnecessary burdens on your loved ones after your passing. At the Law Office of Tracy Nieradzik, I provide a range of estate planning services designed to help you better manage your estate plan and make sure your documents are is up to date.  Some of the documents I can help you update or create are:

"The trouble is, you think you have time."  - Buddha
  • Revocable Living Trust
  • Irrevocable Trust
  • Will
  • Advance Directive
  • Healthcare Power of Attorney
  • Durable Power of Attorney
  • Deed preparation 
  • Funding guidance and instructions 

reasonable fees and complimentary consultation

 Because I want to help when I can, I offer complimentary initial consultations to determine what would be the best way to move forward for you based on your concerns.  I am happy to show you the plan that would offer you the most protection.  Furthermore, I do not believe in excessive fees.  My fee structure is primarily based on a flat rate, so you won't be unsure of what the final cost will be.  My goal is to have satisfied clients that I know I have helped provide peace of mind with their estate planning. 

Please fill out the form to your right if you would like to set up a one hour complimentary session to discuss your needs. 

My name is Tracy Nieradzik, and I am an attorney in Modesto, CA.  I practice estate planning, and would love the opportunity to speak with you about proper planning and the benefits of doing so.

Many people have the misconception that a trust is only for the wealthy, and while it definitely can be of benefit to people with significant assets, it certainly is not limited to only those individuals.  For instance, if you own property in California, you can avoid a major pitfall by placing your property in a trust and avoiding probate.  Probate is a costly and time consuming legal process and is probably the last thing that a person wants to burden their loved ones with after their passing. 

A well-drafted plan will likely include other important documents, such as powers of attorney, an advance directive, and a will.  

helping you leave your legacy