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262-248-6636

500 Commercial Court
Lake Geneva, WI 53147

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500 Commercial Court,
Lake Geneva, WI 53147

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Walworth, Kenosha, and Racine Counties

Including – Elkhorn, Delavan, Williams Bay, Fontana, Burlington, Walworth, Janesville, Milwaukee, Kenosha, Racine, Lake Geneva, Delavan, Burlington, Waukesha

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Attorney for Trusts and Estates near Burlington, WI

Many residents of Burlington, WI have worked hard throughout their lives to accumulate assets and pass their wealth on to the coming generations. It may be a difficult subject for some, but estate planning, wills and trusts are a great way to ensure your family has the support they need for years into the future. These agreements not only distribute your assets as you see fit, but they ensure your wishes are fulfilled after you pass.

The estate planning professionals at The Law Offices of Daniel S Draper, SC offers these services to bring you and your loved ones peace of mind. We offer perceptive guidance and pragmatic financial strategies to our clients near Burlington. When you meet with us, we will talk about naming your beneficiaries, establishing wills, trusts and other funds for your family. If you need to secure a stable future for your dependents, it’s important to take care of your estate today and down the line. Trust the estate planning attorneys at Daniel S Draper, SC to help you navigate the complex world of Wisconsin estate law.

What are the Differences between a Will and a Trust?

Trusts and wills are both excellent ways to assure that your estate is distributed exactly how you want it after you pass. There are a few differences between them, but they each have their own benefits.

Wills

A will ensures that there’s a direct process for taking care of your estate after your passing. If you don’t create a will, important choices involving your wealth could be made by someone else. In addition to handling your assets, a will designates a guardian if you pass before your children are adults.

How a Trust Works

Revocable Living Trusts allow your family to bypass probate following your passing and is especially helpful if you’ve got multiple pieces of real estate in multiple states. These trusts assure that your estate is managed correctly if you become incapacitated. The living trust attorneys with Daniel S Draper, SC can explain the different kinds of trusts available.

Free Consultations for Estate Planning

We are proud to provide complete estate planning services for residents across Burlington, WI. We pride ourselves on honest, in-depth counsel for all things estate planning, wealth management or wills and trusts. We believe that a client attorney partnership is a special connection and that a customer should always be treated as an individual. Call us soon at 262-248-6636 to receive your estate planning consultation near Burlington.