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Estate Planning

Free Initial Consultations for Estate Planning

No one wants to think about the inevitable, and many people put off planning their estates until it is too late. Failing to plan your estate properly can lead to huge expenses and uncertainties for your loved ones and can even serve to divide your family. Even not having something as simple as a power of attorney can lead to thousands of dollars in legal fees and court costs to establish a Guardian or Conservator if you become mentally disabled. A proper estate plan includes utilizing powers of attorney, living wills, wills, and various types of trusts to accomplish your desires and to ensure that your hard earned assets are passed down to the family members and others you want them to go to.

Failing to plan for your estate can also have serious tax consequences as well that can be reduced or even potentially avoided with a proper estate plan. Come in for a free consultation to determine an estate plan that is right for you.

Probate and Administering Estates Anytime you have a loved one pass away, the last thing you want to deal with is legal issues relating to their estate. However, every estate requires understanding of the administration process. Many estates also require at least an informal probate action in court to allow distribution of property, handling of debts, and even just selling a home. Other times you may be stymied by the lack of a will or trust, confusing trust or will language, or feuding family members. At other times the person administering a family estate may not be acting properly or fairly.

We offer
Free Initial Consultations to help you deal and handle these issues that arise. Honest and straightforward estate advice can often times go a long way in allowing you to focus on your family and the grieving process, rather than legalities of the estate.

DISCLAIMER: TThe Wyoming State Bar does not certify any lawyer as a specialist or expert. Anyone considering a lawyer should independently investigate the lawyer's credentials and ability and not rely upon advertisements or self-proclaimed expertise.