Sadler & Wilson
Sep 29, 2016 03:25PM
By Bryan Scott
It’s all about family at the law firm of Sadler & Wilson – Utah’s only mother-daughter law firm. Attorneys Cindy Morris Sadler and Emily Sadler Wilson focus their practices exclusively in the area of planning and administering estates.
Estate planning is easier than most people think and it gives families peace of mind. Cindy and Emily listen carefully to each client’s wishes and work with each client to draft the documents necessary to make sure the client’s goals and desires are followed. According to Cindy, most estate plans include these four important documents: (1) a Revocable Living Trust, (2) a Last Will and Testament, (3) a Durable General Power of Attorney, and (4) a Health Care Directive. It is the goal of Sadler & Wilson to provide the documents needed for each client’s unique situation – from the simplest estate to complex arrangements. They also help families through simple probate and guardianship proceedings.
Sadler & Wilson Law is ready to help with any phase of estate planning. They are available for free initial consultations to discuss estate planning options with previously planned estates or never planned estates. They can review old documents from other law firms and help with revisions or amendments. Most work is done on a flat fee basis with a “no surprise bill” policy.
Cindy has been practicing law for 30 years. Not only does she have a law degree from the University of Utah, she also received a degree in journalism. This enables her to draft easier-to-read documents. After working in a downtown law firm, Cindy established her solo practice in 1987. She has always focused on estate planning and probate. “Our goal is to have clients leave the office with all the estate planning documents they need to meet their goals. We also want clients to understand what they have signed,” explains Cindy.
Prior to practicing law, Emily worked in the KSL Television newsroom as a producer and an assignment editor. She also taught ballet to children in the Tanner Dance Program for many years. She graduated from the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law in 2006 with the intent to join her mother in the field of estate planning. “It was an inspiration to see how my mother was able to help people organize their affairs to take care of their loved ones,” says Emily. Emily was a volunteer with the Court Visitor Program in the Third District Court.
Sadler & Wilson have two home office locations in East Millcreek (3770 South 3060 East) and Holladay (3930 South 2250 East). They are also available to meet in the clients’ homes.
Cindy Morris Sadler and Emily Sadler Wilson are dedicated to helping individuals and all types of families by planning their estates, as well as making the probate and guardianship process stress-free. Their clients often remark that these attorneys make the estate planning process easy and that they sleep better at night knowing they have the right documents in place.
Sadler & Wilson Law offers free initial consultations. For more information visit www.sadlerandwilsonlaw.com or call 801-274-0062.