Estate Planning & Elder Law
Helping clients in Wisconsin plan for the future
Our team of expert estate planning and elder law attorneys help clients lay the groundwork for the future, whether that means preparing for long-term care, developing a will, estate planning or establishing powers of attorney. Here are just some of the ways our will and estate planning lawyers can assist you.
- Durable financial or health care powers of attorney
- Health care directives
- Estate planning, including establishing trusts and income agreements
- Trust disputes
- Tax planning
- Retirement planning
- Succession planning for family businesses
Our legal team can also assist with representative matters such as:
- Long-term care
Looking for an estate planning lawyer near me?
In every chapter of life, planning makes all the difference, even and especially as our story's denouement begins. And while thinking about illness or end of life may be difficult, addressing those matters now with an attorney you trust can ensure your wishes are carried out, while protecting your assets as well as those of your beneficiaries. When it's that important, why trust your estate planning to just anyone? At Johns, Flaherty & Collins, our will and estate planning lawyers are here to help.
Finding the best estate planning lawyers for you
The best estate planning lawyers not only have experience in estate planning; they know how to develop a plan that meets your individual needs and protects your assets. That can mean preparing health care directives, helping you mitigate estate taxes, and of course, building an estate plan that is locked tight against any challenges it might face.
Finding the best estate planning lawyer means connecting with someone you can trust, someone with whom you are comfortable discussing details of your life and wishes so that your estate plan is aligned with your goals and needs. You also want an estate planning attorney who knows and fully understands Wisconsin law, so you can rest assured your wishes will be carried out as you specify.