Thiensville Estate Planning Attorneys
Get Help By Calling Kitzke & Canfield, LLC Today!
While thinking about what’s going to happen after you’re gone isn’t an experience most people enjoy, it’s something that needs to be done to ensure your loved ones and your best wishes are looked after. Creating an estate plan may seem like an intimidating challenge, but it doesn’t have to be a difficult one when you have qualified and experienced legal counsel on your side. When you have a trustworthy Thiensville estate planning lawyer helping you through the process of creating and maintaining your plans, you can rest assured that your future, your assets, and your loved ones are all cared for and in good hands.
At Kitzke & Canfield, LLC, our team is committed to helping our community get the help they need with their estate planning matters. We’re familiar with all types of estate planning tools and methods, and know how to put the law to work protecting you and your loved ones with a custom-tailored plan that perfectly fits your life and your estate. We’re a compassionate team that always puts your goals and best interests at the forefront of our strategies because you’re the one in charge of your plan and what you want to accomplish. No matter how large or small your estate, nor what kinds of assets you own, we can help you create a plan that protects them from the agonizing probate process and ensures they pass on to your loved ones as you wish.
Let us help you create your plan with an initial consultation! Call Kitzke & Canfield, LLC today by dialing (262) 387-0706 and get started today.
We Build Plans That Fit You & Your Estate
When it comes to estate planning, there’s no such thing as a “cookie cutter” solution. Your estate is as unique as you are, and your wishes may be different from anyone else’s. That’s why you need an attorney on your side who is experienced with this type of law and can put it to work protecting your assets and ensuring your best wishes for the future are set in legally-binding stone.
We can help you with the following estate planning matters:
- Last will and testament
- Trust creation
- Trust administration
- Planned gifting
- Asset protection
- Business succession planning
- Medical directives
It’s never too early to start planning for your future. Even if you’re young and in good health or don’t think you have enough to warrant planning for, you might be surprised to learn just how much of a hassle the process can become. Nobody knows what the future holds for them, but you can make sure that no matter what it does, your best wishes and your loved ones will be prepared for it thanks to a little bit of time and focus on developing your estate plan.