Estate Planning and Probate Lawyers in Will County
Illinois Estate Planning Attorneys
Financial security is one of the greatest gifts you could ever offer your loved ones. That security can be jeopardized, however, if your wishes are not properly conveyed if and when you are no longer able to communicate them. That is why advance preparations are so important. At the Davi Law Group, we can help you develop a comprehensive estate plan designed to provide you with peace of mind. You can rely on our experience to assist you in drafting the necessary documents and legal instruments of estate planning so that your desires are carried out in the event of your incapacitation or death.
Wills and Trusts
The process of estate planning is one that must be customized to meet the specific needs of each individual family. Our attorneys are committed to working closely with our clients to tailor a plan to address their financial situations, family dynamics, and their desires regarding their property and assets. We make every effort to educate our clients about their available options and provide sound, responsible advice on the best approach for conveying their wishes.
Most estate plans are founded on solidly-crafted wills, trusts, and powers of attorney. Your estate plan may include one, two, or all such instruments, but will most likely be built around a primary document in the form of a will or trust. In some cases, both will be necessary to accurately provide for the conveyance of your wishes in regard to your estate. Attorneys Dion U. Davi and Adam C. Gynac possess vast estate planning experience and are equipped to assist you in preparing or establishing:
- Advance medical directives, or Living Wills;
- Trusts, including Revocable Living Trusts and Irrevocable Trusts;
- Special Needs Trusts, sometimes called Supplemental Needs Trusts; and
- Children’s and Dynasty Trusts.
Powers of Attorney
In addition to a living will, there are several other avenues available to help you be prepared in the event of your own incapacitation. These instruments are known as powers of attorney, and the two most commonly utilized in estate planning are:
- Power of Attorney for Property allows you to appoint a person or entity to make decisions regarding finances or assets on your behalf; and
- Power of Attorney for Health Care allows you to appoint a person to make decisions regarding your health and medical care.
If you would like to learn more about developing an effective and enforceable estate plan, contact the Davi Law Group. One of our experienced attorneys will take the time to meet with you and discuss your needs, and then help you decide the best approach in meeting your estate planning goals. Call us today at 815-582-4901 to schedule your no-cost introductory consultation. Should you retain us as your counsel, financing options are available.