Protect Your Choices With An Estate Plan

Life is full of choices, and some of them can have big consequences. When it comes to what will happen when you pass away or become ill, there are important matters to consider:

  • When you die, do you want responsibility for your property and money to go to specific family members or others whom you choose, or do you want a judge or another stranger to decide what will happen to your assets?
  • Do you want to share a chunk of your hard-earned money with the government, or would you rather see your grandchildren use it for college, or your favorite charity use it for purposes you believe in?
  • Would you prefer to choose now and put in writing how you want doctors to treat you if you go into a coma or become incapacitated, or should you risk it and just hope things turn out for the best?
  • Are you OK with the possibility that your children, grandchildren or other relatives will fight about who gets what from your estate, or even sue each other in Probate Court, or would you rather make specific legal plans that can reduce the chance of family conflicts and help you avoid probate altogether?

These are a few of the important questions that an estate plan will allow you to answer for yourself, rather than leaving things for a court to decide.

Get Help From A Milwaukee Estate Planning Lawyer

As estate planning attorneys, we can help you put those decisions into legal documents that will ensure that your choices and wishes are honored in the future. We will do it properly the first time, and more affordably than you may think.

The law firm of Miller & Miller Law, LLC, has been serving Wisconsin families since 1993. Our Milwaukee and Kenosha will and trust lawyers can help you make important decisions about your future and put them into legal documents that will make your health care wishes clear, protect your property and prevent future problems for your loved ones. To learn more, call us in Milwaukee or Kenosha at 414-326-9231 for a free consultation. We will be happy to answer any questions you have.