Serving Clients in Mobile, Baldwin & Lower Alabama Counties, Mr. Snow can guide families through the probate process to settle the property and financial affairs of a loved one who is deceased.
Hendrik Snow, Attorney at Law, has been advising clients in the greater Mobile area since 2004. Snow Law Firm can be your "go-to law firm" for seasoned legal advice, guidance, and resolution of issues.
If you have lost a relative, Mr. Snow can help you navigate the estate process in probate. Having a lawyer guide the estate process, and handle the pleadings, the noticing of court hearings, the claim of exemptions, and the communication with heirs can take the pressure off of a personal representative or executor of a will.
GUARDIANSHIPS or CONSERVATORSHIPS
For persons with diminished capacity, Mr. Snow can assist family members in becoming a guardian - for control over the daily affairs, or a conservator - control over the finances. He can also help a beneficiary challenge, or defend, the administration of an estate.
Mr Snow can advise in the preparation of a last Will and Testament. A will can be the "roadmap" for your survivors to follow your intentions for distributing your assets and possessions. The will can make special provisions for children.
Mr. Snow also advises in creating trusts to shelter the assets from abuse by heirs, and from creditors. Trusts are especially important to allow persons to remain eligible for social benefits without having them interrupted by an inheritance or the award of a big money settlement.
If you are the beneficiary of a trust and are not getting your fair share, or if you are a trustee who needs to defend a trust from a challenge by creditors or beneficiaries, call Mr. Snow for a consultation.
Mr. Snow also assists individuals with defense against debt collection, including relief in through bankruptcy.
The economic downturn has brought many clients to seek Mr. Snow's counsel for relief in personal bankruptcy. Relief from debt collection is immediate upon the filing of a bankruptcy petition. If you face a financial meltdown, and your home, car, or job is in jeopardy from late payments or harassing collectors, turn to Hendrik Snow and you'll walk away with a sensible, manageable plan back to fiscal health. He has many years of practice in the Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Alabama. He welcomes the opportunity to share his expertise with you.
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~ No representation is made that the quality of the legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers. (Alabama Rules of Professional Conduct) ~
~ We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy under the Bankruptcy Code. ~
50 St. Emanuel Street
Mobile AL 36602
Will drafting, simple wills Advance Health Care Directive Durable Power of Attorney
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Hendrik Snow is admitted to practice law in Alabama in all state courts and in the federal courts for the Southern and Middle Districts of Alabama. He has been a member in good standing of the Alabama Bar and in active practice since 2004.
Hendrik attended the Cumberland Law School where he earned his law degree in 2004 with distinction for his participation in the moot court program. Before attending law school, he earned a Master of Science degree in Geography from the University of Alabama in 2001. For his undergraduate studies, he attended Middlebury College where he earned a B.A. in Environmental Studies in 1991.
Hendrik has lived in Mobile since 2004. He is married to Amy Hunter and is fully occupied away from the office with raising their twin boys and younger daughter.
Hendrik has served on the Vestry of All Saints Episcopal Church. He is an active member of the board of the Alabama Coastal Heritage Trust, a non-profit charitable organization dedicated to preserving the habitat and natural features of Alabama's coast. He also dedicates his time to pro-bono legal help with the South Alabama Volunteer Lawyers Program.
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