Chicago Estate Planning Attorneys
Life events may have prompted you to think about drafting or amending your will and other important documents. Having children, purchasing property and other changes are all good reasons to take that step.
If you are looking for a Chicago estate planning attorney who will carefully assess your needs, communicate clearly with you and stay accessible, we encourage you to contact us at Bradford Miller Law, P.C. While we have wide-ranging knowledge and excellent legal credentials, our estate law practice is firmly grounded in accomplishing your goals as efficiently, reliably and cost-effectively as possible.
Wills, Trusts And Other Vital Documents Reflecting Your Needs And Goals
For our lawyers, estate planning is all about helping you make sound decisions and gain peace of mind. That means we will evaluate your needs without overcomplicating them. It means we will not try to sell you on overly sophisticated tools. Our clear strengths lie in ensuring our clients’ intentions and financial interests are reflected in legally sound:
- Wills, essential for documenting desires for distribution of assets and protecting your heirs from unnecessary disputes and costs when you pass away
- Living trusts, when appropriate and instrumental for purposes such as minimizing estate tax burdens
- Other essential documents such as powers of attorney for property and health care, necessary for designating the person of your choice to make decisions on your behalf
We strive to make the estate planning process as straightforward and painless as possible while doing proper, diligent service to all concerns that matter. When you turn to our law firm, we will offer the opportunity to complete a clear, basic questionnaire on your own time and at your own pace.
When you meet with your lawyer, you will then benefit from our commitment to upfront preparation of a framework based on your stated concerns and key priorities. If you want information on estate planning basics or the Illinois probate process, we will provide it. If you have heard about certain estate planning problems and want to avoid them, we will meet those issues head-on.