Estate Planning

Stock, Carlson, Oldfield & McGrath LLC

Illinois Trusts and Wills Attorneys

Wheaton Attorneys Carrying Out Your Wills and Trusts

In order to make sure your family and loved ones are taken care of in the event of your death, a well-thought-out will or trust can be implemented to provide for your descendants. If you have minor children, a will can specify who the legal guardian of your child should be, and a trust can ensure your children's financial provisions are met, from the distribution of your assets.

The attorneys at Stock, Carlson, Oldfield and McGrath LLC in Wheaton, Illinois understand that there can be many complications, as there are choices, in deciding as to what type of will or trust will best suit your needs and carry out your wishes. Having represented clients throughout DuPage, Cook, Kane, and Lake County, our qualified estate planning attorneys can protect your interests, even after you're gone.

Trusts vs. Wills

It is of the utmost importance that anyone who cares about where their property goes or how their family will be taken care of when someone dies, create either a will or living trust, if not a combination of both. A will can determine how your assets will be distributed after going through the probate process, whereas a living trust is designed to avoid probate, reduce taxes, and offer you more flexibility with the distribution of assets to your designated heirs.

Both wills and trusts are essential tools used in the estate planning process and should only be handled by highly skilled attorneys, who can help you to devise an effective plan that will protect your interests, long after you're gone.

At Stock, Carlson, Oldfield and McGrath LLC, each of our attorneys have over 40 years of experience representing families in all matters surrounding estate planning, including:

Attorneys Protecting Your Wishes

Our attorneys in Wheaton, DuPage County, can help you create a will or a trust that will protect the needs of your family. Contact us if you have any questions or concerns regarding your estate planning matters. We can offer you a variety of solutions that will reflect your wishes. Call us today at (630) 665-2500 for a consultation.

 
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