Experienced Illinois Estate Planning & Probate Attorneys
Making the necessary arrangements for your estate while you are of sound mind ensures that your wishes will be effectively conveyed if/when you can no longer communicate them. A comprehensive estate plan involves preparing for both your possible incapacitation and death. At the Davi Law Group, we are experienced in helping individuals prepare the proper legal documents to communicate their desires for their finances, their dependents and their beneficiaries.
Preparation of Wills and Trusts
Estate planning is a highly personalized process that is tailored to the unique circumstances and needs of the individuals involved. At our firm, we work closely with our clients to understand their financial circumstances, family dynamics and wishes for their estate. We ensure our clients are fully informed about their options and make recommendations for how best to convey their desires.
Wills, Trusts and Powers of Attorney are the foundations of most estate plans. Depending on the circumstances, it may be advantageous to use either a will or a trust as the primary document of your estate plan. In many cases, both a Will and a Trust are used to fully meet the needs of the estate. Attorney Adam C. Gynac is experienced in preparing all types of Wills, Trusts and Powers of Attorney including:
- Living Wills
- Contested Wills
- Revocable Living Trusts
- Irrevocable Trusts
- Third-Party Special Needs Trusts
- Children's Trusts
- Dynasty Trusts
Powers of Attorney in Estate Planning
An essential part of creating an effective estate plan is making arrangements for your own possible incapacitation. This can be done using Powers of Attorney. The two main types of Powers of Attorney used in the estate planning process are:
- Powers of Attorney for Health Care – Specifies how and who will make decisions about your health care if you are unable to.
- Powers of Attorney for Property – Specifies who will make financial and real estate decisions on your behalf.
Call (630) 580-6373 for an Experienced Attorney
If you are interested in creating an effective and enforceable estate plan, contact us to schedule a consultation. Should you retain us as your counsel, financing options are available. From our offices in Warrenville, Illinois and Wheaton, Illinois, we serve clients in DuPage, Will, Kane, Kendall and Cook Counties.