A Lawyer You Can Rely On
Practicing in Estate Planning, Elder Law, Probate, Real Estate Contracts and Deeds, and Business Formation.
Helping people protect their future through careful legal planning is our passion at The Law Offices of Bryana Cross Bean.
Strong background in the law and in medical and science terminology, as well as how the U.S. healthcare system operates.
Our philosophy is that no two clients are the same. Each client is a whole, complex individual, rather than just a faceless legal issue.
We are Passionate About Helping Clients Achieve Their Goals
Estate Planning is the process of planning for incapacity through documents such as Wills, Durable Powers of Attorney, and Living Wills.
Elder Law is the legal practice of counseling and representing older persons and their families about the legal aspects of estate planning, long-term care planning, public benefits, and surrogate decision-making.
Probate is the legal process of paying off debts and having heirs inherit from you after you pass away.
Why Choose Us?
We help clients protect their future through careful legal planning so that they and their loved ones can be provided for when the client is no longer able to personally do so. Our areas of practice are Estate Planning, Elder Law, Real Estate Contracts, and Small Business Formation.
“Thank you so much for working with C and me on our trust and wills. Your care and patience with us and our questions are very much appreciated. I will not hesitate to continue sending clients your way!”
“Thanks for all your help with this probate business, Bryana. I am glad we are through with it and appreciate all your hard work.”
“Bryana was able to help me with estate planning issues. She was very professional, kind, and attentive to my many questions. She was able to explain and answer all my concerns completely. I would recommend her legal professional services to my friends and family.”
Our Clients Are Like Family
Bryana Cross Bean enjoys giving back to the community and frequently gives free estate and long-term care planning presentations to seniors at a variety of senior centers and assisted-living facilities in Pierce County. She is approachable and takes the time to listen, while also providing effective and straightforward methods to help clients achieve their goals.
Articles of Interest
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