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JPR Law is a boutique law firm dedicated to providing exceptional, customized legal services. We pride ourselves on our ability to assist our clients in developing effective, creative strategies and solutions so that they may achieve their estate planning, family wealth transfer, entity formation, and real estate transaction goals.

The firm’s representation includes estate planning counseling, wills and trust drafting, tax planning, probate and estate administration, business entity formations, and real estate transactional work. JPR is committed to understanding each individual client’s needs and concerns, and we approach each case with the same care and diligence as we would in our own legal matters.

Our goal is to simplify the legal experience by providing services tailored not only to your legal needs, but also to your lifestyle. In a rapidly changing world, JPR takes a streamlined, dynamic approach to the practice of law.

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QUESTION: Should You Use A “Do-It-Yourself” Estate Planning Service? Many people ask whether it is a good idea to use a DIY estate planning service to create an estate plan (Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney). As attorneys, we might seem biased when answering this question. However, the American Bar Association, as a part of its discussion in Do It […]

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Sophie was laying in her bed feeling feverish and a little bit lost. She was wondering how she was going to pull herself out of bed to get to the health clinic. She longed for the times when her mom would take her to the doctor, but mom was not there and so Sophie would have to […]


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