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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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Get an Estate Planning Attorney near Kenosha, Wisconsin

Estate planning may be a difficult subject for some individuals, but it’s a good idea to think ahead and plan for your loved ones after you pass. The Law Offices of   Bodlaw, SC provide estate planning services for residents of Kenosha, WI. Our attorneys are here to make sure your estate, will and trusts are taken care of to ensure your family has the support they need. Come to our office in Lake Geneva for a consultation about your estate.

During your meeting with us we will go over the important aspects of your estate, such as naming beneficiaries, creating wills, trusts and planning for other finances that go toward your family. We offer guidance and financial planning to our clients. It’s never too early to think about your estate. If you want your dependents to have a secure future, then it’s important to plan now. The expert estate planning attorneys at The Law Offices of   Bodlaw, SC are here to assist you. If you live in Kenosha, we know how to operate within the Wisconsin estate law. You’ll know you’re in good hands.

The Differences between a Will and a Trust

Both trusts and wills are exceptional ways of ensuring that your estate will be distributed correctly, based on your specifications. They vary in different ways, but both are beneficial. You can find out which of these are best for you and your family when you have a consultation with one of our estate lawyers.


A will is a legal document that specifies how you want your property distributed after you pass. Your property can be designated to both family and friends. If you’re concerned about your property after you’re deceased, then drafting a will is a must. Important decisions about your wealth could be made by someone else if a will isn’t created. In addition to wealth, a will designates a guardian for your children if you have any.

Revocable Living Trusts

A Revocable Living Trust is a legal document that assigns a neutral party, the trustee, to hold your assets for the benefit of another party, such as your children. Trusts ensure that your assets will be taken care of to your specifications when you are unable to make your own decisions.

Free Consultations for Estate Planning Near Kenosha

We’re proud to offer quality estate planning services for residents in Kenosha, WI. If you can’t make it to our office in Lake Geneva, then we can do a consultation over the phone. We believe that a client-attorney relationship is something to value. Call us at   to schedule your estate planning consultation today.