Don’t wait for the “right time” to start planning.
A Wisconsin estate planning attorney can help you prepare wills, trusts, health care directives, power of attorney, and other legal documents that are necessary for you to protect your plans and wishes. A Mueller S.C. estate planning attorney can help organize your property interests in a thoughtful, well-prepared manner designed to serve your legacy and considerate of those important to you. Serving Wisconsin and Florida gives an advantage enabling us to provide estate planning services specially designed for residents that that have interests in both states.
Drafting Wills and Trusts
We are an experienced estate planning law firm able to develop a customized plan, carefully prepared, and based on your precise needs and wishes. Thinking about the future can be daunting, which is why we take the time to listen to your need and walk you through the process necessary to help you accomplish your goals, avoid future problems and ensure a smooth transition of assets at the right time.
We create estate plan documents specifically designed to suit our clients’ exact needs and carry out their wishes, including living trusts, marital property agreements, pour-over wills, living wills, medical and durable powers of attorney and codicils.
Wills are pre-planned documents that provide direction for how property will be distributed upon death. A will goes into effect after a person passes, and if properly drafted, will help avoid probate and other disputes in the future.
Trusts are used to organize assets into a single unit and allow for the easy distribution of trust property according to predefined rules. A property owner can act as a “trustee” (the person responsible for managing trust property) during his or her lifetime. This allows an owner to retain use and control of trust property for life and provide for an orderly distribution in the future.
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Milwaukee Estate Planning
Estate planning can protect a lifetime of earnings and reduce or eliminate unnecessary taxes and fees, or disputes that may arise due to poor, or lack of planning. Creating a plan for your estate will generally involve an initial assessment and consultation regarding your property and plans for your estate. It will also generally involve the drafting of a will and / or trust, health care directive (living will, instruction directive, advance directive, etc.), and power of attorney.
Having an estate plan will ensure that your properties are distributed according to your wishes. It will ensure that personal assets are transferred to family members, friends, or charitable causes, and that it is done so in a way so that it is done quickly, and that it minimizes or removes expenses.