WISCONSIN ESTATE AND PROBATE ATTORNEYS
Estate Planning Attorneys Serving Appleton, Green Bay, Oshkosh, and Appleton
Wills • Trusts • Probate • Living Wills • Power of Attorney • Elder Law
Planning for financial security for yourself and for your family can be overwhelming without the assistance of an experienced estate planning attorney. You may wonder how to divide your assets, what trust will best suit your needs, or whether or not you should assign a power of attorney should you become debilitated. At Herrling Clark Law Firm, Ltd., our estate planning attorneys are highly experienced in estate planning and administration and can assist you in making these important decisions.
Our attorneys will explore all options and alternatives to provide you with the tools necessary to protect your assets and your family into the future.
From your initial consultation through the modifications of wills or trusts throughout your relationship with our firm, we will provide the candid and knowledgeable advice you need to make appropriate decisions. Our attorneys know that every client is unique, and every individual, family, or business has unique needs. We will take the time to know you and devise an estate plan that achieves your short and long-term objectives. We are also experienced in assisting executors or administrators with the estate after death.
Contact Herrling Clark Law Firm, Ltd. for more information about our estate planning and administration services. We are experienced with all of the following:
Estate planning and administration is a broad area of law and can include any service from death tax planning to succession planning for your business. At Herrling Clark Law Firm, Ltd., our firm is committed to helping individuals, families, and businesses utilize the most efficient legal planning tools to protect their assets and futures. Our attorneys will seek to achieve your goals and protect your rights in any estate planning or administrative service.
- Wills and trusts: simple wills and trusts, lifetime trusts, large and small estates
- Estate planning
- Large and small estates
- Law for the elderly
- Death tax planning
- Business succession planning
- Health care directives
- Durable powers of attorney
- Financial power of attorney
- Health care power of attorney
- Living wills
- Marital property classification
- Gift planning
- Estate administration