727 SE Cass Ave. Suite 318
You worked hard through your life for what you earned. It is time now
to plan for the future, making it as comfortable as possible. Sarah Wolf
can help with estate planning, trusts, and elder care.
Perhaps planning for the
future was not well done.
Now assets need to be accounted for and distributed. Sarah Wolf can help with
Sarah helps you design estate plans to your goals and
circumstances. These may involve wills, living and testamentary
trusts, financial powers of attorney, life insurance, strategic property
ownership, beneficiary designations, and appointments for health care
decisions. Sarah follows through to ensure each estate plan is properly
Sarah can help you evaluate and establish the best type of administration for the
estate of a deceased person, including probate, small estate affidavit,
direct transfers, terminating trust, continuing trust, settlement
agreements and special administrators. As needed, Sarah assists the trustee or personal
representative (executor) to administer estates and trusts, providing an understanding of
the process, and protection for the fiduciary against liability to
creditors, taxing bodies, the court, and heirs, devisees or
Guardianships & Conservatorships
Sarah helps you evaluate the options for an
incapacitated adult, counsel alternatives, and establish and administer
the proper form of protective proceeding, including guardianship (making
and implementing personal decisions), conservatorship (managing
financial resources), immediate appointments for emergency situations,
and limited appointments to accomplish specific goals.
Sarah Wolf is an attorney specializing in estate
planning, probate and trust administration, guardianships and
conservatorships. She works closely with clients to provide thorough,
effective, and timely advice at reasonable cost, keeping clients
well informed at each step of the process.
Sarah received her law degree in 1995 from Willamette University in Salem,
Oregon. She served 18 months as deputy district attorney in Douglas
County, before moving to probate and estate planning law. Sarah
mentored under a highly respected attorney for four
years prior to opening her practice in Roseburg.