Simple or Complex Wills- Simple Wills are normally Wills in which a primary beneficiary is named along with someone to serve as Executor of the Will. In most cases a contingent beneficiary is named in the event that the primary beneficiary predeceases the person making the will. Complex wills can involve multiple levels of contingent beneficiaries, Trusts and detailed plans for various assets of the person making the will. In all cases, Wills have many technical requirements which must be met in order for the Will to be valid and enforceable. 

Estate Administration

The administration of an estate introduces a wide range of responsibilities which can be managed best with the insight and experience of David D. Nachand, attorney who has committed a significant part of his practice to representing Executors, Personal Representatives, and Trustees for over 30 years in the administration of estates including ancillary administration.

Estate Planning

  • Simple or Complex Wills
  • Living Trusts
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Healthcare Directives
  • Living Wills

Real Estate

  • Commercial Leases
  • Residential Lease
  • Landlord-Tenant Relations
  • Purchase and Sale Contracts
  • Mechanics Liens
  • Boundary Disputes
  • Construction Contracts
  • Litigation
  • Quite Title Actions
  • Foreclosure Actions


Planning and Zoning

  • Re-zoning
  • Variances
  • Subdivisions
  • Street and Easement Vacations


  • Temporary
  • Permanent

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  • Premarital Agreements (Pre-nuptial Agreements)
  • Divorce
  • Post Decree Disputes
  • Adoptions

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  • Corporations
  • Limited Liability Companies
  • Sale/Purchase of Business
  • Collection Litigation
  • Tax  Abatement