Knowledgeable Estate Planning Representation
Probate Lawyers And Estate Litigators
Estate planning is one of the most important things you can do for your family and your future. Yet the majority of Americans do not have even a simple will in place. Why do so many people leave crucial financial, heath care and guardianship decisions up to strangers?
Perhaps it is because the future seems far off. Perhaps the decisions feel overwhelming. At the law firm of Michael Overmann, Ltd., we can guide you through the estate planning process and help you form a solid plan for yourself and your family. Working with our experienced, knowledgeable attorneys will clarify your options and show you how to reach your goals. For a free consultation, please call 630-395-7948 in DuPage County, 708-590-4599 in Will County or contact us online.
Why risk everything you have acquired in your lifetime by using a do-it-yourself will? We have 23 years of combined experience with wills, trusts, probate and more. We offer free consultations with no obligation as well as flat fees for estate planning services.
Dedicated Estate Planning Attorneys
Every adult in Illinois should have some form of an estate plan, whether you are extremely wealthy or of modest means. A will is a good place to start. If you own a home or other property and want to avoid probate, we can create a living trust.
If you have a special needs child or adult, we can set up a trust that will not disqualify him or her from federal assistance. We can also help you with guardianships for vulnerable adults and children.
By setting up durable and medical powers of attorney, you can provide for yourself in the event an injury or illness incapacitates you. We can also create a living will to specify your end-of-life wishes.
Our attorneys also provide trust and estate settlement services for families dealing with probate. We can handle will and trust contests, estate disputes, and trust and estate litigation.
Are you worried that trust or estate assets have been misappropriated? We can help you recover assets. If you are a surviving spouse or a custodial caretaker, we can bring a claim against an estate for you.