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Arpana Grace Warren – Your Lawyer for Life!

Welcome to the Heart of Estate Planning! This is a law practice devoted to a different kind of estate planning, one that is centered around matters of the heart: who and what is most important to you. We don’t just draft a set of documents for you. We help you create a working, living plan that will provide you with that most important of all assets: Peace of Mind, which is the only real wealth!

Living Trusts



Advance Healthcare Directives


Powers of Attorney

It is never too soon to make the right plan!

Do you know who will make important health care decisions for you if you are not able to make them for yourself? If so, have you let that person know your wishes in the event of terminal illness or injury? Do you know who will raise your kids if something should happen to you? If so, have you told that person how you would want your kids brought up? Have you decided who will manage your finances? And even if you have chosen the above, what happens if someone you have chosen is unavailable?

We help you find the right solution to all the above questions, and we help you decide how to distribute all the wealth you have accumulated at the time of your death. Most importantly, your plan goes beyond what is contained in a set of documents at any given time. Life continues, things change, property is bought or sold, relationships ebb and flow, babies are born, kids grow up, go to college, marry, divorce, loved ones die. Your estate plan needs to change with life’s changes. We intend to be with you to help keep those plans up to date through the many changes.

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Schedule an initial complimentary Estate Planning With Heart conversation.

This conversation will give you all the basic information to make an informed decision about what type and level of estate plan is right for you. You will leave that session feeling secure that you have all the information you need to protect your family in the best way possible.

Please remember that nothing on this site is intended to give legal advice. It’s important to speak with a qualified attorney to get advice about your own unique situation.

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