Built on the simple philosophy of helping protect you and your family today and in the future.
We know that even the most joyful lives have challenges – protecting your children if disaster strikes, organizing your affairs and ensuring the well-being of your beneficiaries, caring for disabled or aging family members, administering an estate after a loved one dies, or defending the professional or veteran who makes a mistake and requires legal help.
So we built a practice that helps support families of all shapes and sizes, at the exact time of need. That means whether you or someone you love has an immediate need for legal counsel, or you are looking to secure the future of your family and estate, you’ve come to the right place.
What We Can Do For You
Planning can be as simple as naming a guardian for your child, or as complex as ensuring the success of the legacy you’ve worked hard to build. Whether you’re starting out, enjoying retirement, or somewhere between, Snyder Law’s estate planning solutions give you a foundation to ensure those you love will be taken care of, always – financially, and with a lasting legacy of love.
Probate & Trust Administration
Snyder Law can help alleviate some of the stress involved with handling your love one’s estate after so that you can take the appropriate time and care to grieve for them. Whether it is probate or trust administration, Snyder Law will ensure that the process goes as smoothly as possible, while also making sure that your family is well-cared for and has all of their questions and concerns addressed.
Criminal & Veteran Defense
Good people sometimes make bad decisions. Some veterans struggle with the effects of their service and readjusting to civilian life. Dealing with the aftermath in court can be scary and stressful. When that happens, you need a skilled attorney at your side. At Snyder Law, we have the experience necessary to achieve the results you need, and we strive to provide you with the service you deserve.
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