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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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Trusts and Estates Law Firm Near Elkhorn, WI

Prepare a will or trust to ensure that you can pass your personal assets and real estate onto future generations in your family. Our estate planning attorney at the Law Office of Daniel S Draper will draft a legally binding document that will designate real property or personal property or savings to certain family members. This is the best way to ensure that your wishes are respected after you pass and that any real estate, personal property, or liquid assets will be granted to your designated beneficiaries. Wills and estate planning are an important step that should not be put off for later, or worse, left up to someone else to decide after you’re gone. Consult with our estate-planning attorney to learn more about how we can help you plan for the future.

Wills and Estate Planning Services

Our estate planning lawyer can assist you in putting together a comprehensive will, living trust, or revocable trust so you can have peace of mind that your family will be taken care of. We will discuss your beneficiaries and how you want to distribute your wealth, whether your assets will be passed down to a child, parent, spouse, or friend. If you bequeath a home to your minor child, they will require a guardianship to manage the property until they’re at least 18 years old. Our attorney is knowledgeable about the trusts and estates law in Elkhorn, WI, and will prepare a full-scope document addressing every detail.

You can include the following in a trust or will:

  • Liquid assets
  • Stocks and bonds
  • Real estate property
  • Personal property
  • Pets provisions
  • Heirlooms
  • Checking and savings accounts

Living trusts are different from wills, so it’s important to consult with an estate planning attorney who can give you proper guidance. For example, you must transfer ownership in real estate, bank accounts, and certain personal property into a trust in order to allow heirs to have access to it. In your will you can designate individuals to serve as guardians should a guardianship be necessary.

Schedule a Consultation with Our Attorney

The Law Offices of Daniel S Draper has extensive experience in estates law, writing wills, living trusts, and revocable trusts. Discuss your options with our trust attorney to make informed decisions that will affect your family members going forward. Contact us at 262-248-6636 to schedule a consultation with our wills and estate-planning lawyer.