Mequon Estate Planning Attorneys
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Are you and your loved ones prepared for the future should something happen? For most people, the answer is “no,” whether they’ve put any thought into it or not. While you may think that drafting a will protects you and your estate, the truth of the matter is most people are drastically unprepared for the event something happens to them, and that’s why you need an experienced Mequon estate planning lawyer to help you develop a thorough and unique plan that meets your needs.
At Kitzke & Canfield, LLC, our team has extensive experience working with estate planning tools to help clients develop solutions that meet their goals and protect their wishes and their loved ones. We’re a compassionate and client-focused group that’s committed to your success, and we want to help you secure your future and make sure your loved ones won’t be subjected to the frustrating and tedious probate process. We understand that each estate plan is as unique as the person creating it, and we never take a “cookie-cutter” approach to protect your estate. We always make sure you’re in charge of your case, and we individually-tailor our advice to make sure that the plan that we create is uniquely suited to you and your wishes for the best possible outcome.
Start developing your estate plan today! Call Kitzke & Canfield, LLC in Mequon at (262) 387-0706 to request an initial consultation.
Why Choose Our Estate Planning Firm?
Why should you choose Kitzke & Canfield to help you create your estate plan? Simple: having a qualified and experienced attorney on your side can ensure you receive the best counsel throughout the process as well as minimize mistakes that could prove costly. Estate planning is not something that you should attempt to do yourself or leave up to a simple form—there’s no substitute for having individually-tailored advice guiding you throughout the creation of your plan.
We offer the following estate planning tools:
- Last will and testament
- Trust creation
- Trust administration
- Planned gifting
- Asset protection
- Business succession planning
- Medical directives
Another common mistake with estate planning is thinking that you don’t need it. No matter your age or how large or small your estate might be, planning ahead will prevent your loved ones from having to endure the probate process. Our team can help you ensure that your property passes on to who you wish it to do. It’s also imperative that you indicate your wishes for medical treatment through the use of health care directives, which indicate what kind of treatment you’d like to receive in the event you can no longer express your wishes on your own. We can even assist you with plan execution, helping you with trust administration, probate guidance, and much more.