Helping Clients Through The Estate Planning And Probate Processes
It is not always easy to face issues involving the unknown. When dealing with estate planning and probate issues, emotions are often running high. However, having a knowledgeable lawyer on your side can help to ease your fears and move you through the matters at hand.
At The Wozniak Law Group, P.C., in Mendon, Massachusetts, we are sensitive to the needs of people who are planning for the future or dealing with the death of a loved one. Our firm provides the professional, compassionate, tailored representation you need to feel comfortable settling issues and moving forward with your life. Talk to our attorney, John M. Wozniak, Esq., about your questions and concerns during a free office consultation.
Estate Planning Services
We offer estate planning services that implement the use of a number of different planning tools that work together to achieve the goals you have for protecting your estate and what you have worked so hard to accumulate throughout your lifetime. These include:
- Living wills
- Revocable and irrevocable trusts
- Special needs trust
- Charitable trusts
- Advance health care directives
- Powers of attorney
After someone’s death, their estate enters the probate process. It is in this process where any existing will is validated and the estate is distributed according to the will, or the estate is distributed according to state law in the in the even that there was no will in place. Regardless of any estate planning documents, it is essential to have an attorney who can take control of the process and ensure that your interests are protected. We work on the legal issues while you focus on healing.
Learn More About Estate Planning And Probate
Call our firm at 508-422-7121 or contact us online to schedule a free initial office consultation regarding your estate planning questions and concerns. Mr. Wozniak can assess your case and determine how best to seek a resolution to the situation. We provide information to our clients so they understand how any decisions may affect them now and in the future.