Wills and Estate Planning

Wisconsin Wills and Estate Planning Attorney

The estate planning attorneys of Vanden Heuvel & Dineen, S.C. have broad experience in counseling individuals in estate planning, including preparation of wills and trusts, probate law, estate administration, elder law and guardianship proceedings.  The estate planning attorneys of Vanden Heuvel & Dineen, S.C. know how to draft wills that comply with the laws of the State of Wisconsin, but are unique to your family and your individual needs.  Last Will & Testament shutterstock_76614424

For a FREE CONSULTATION with an estate planning and wills lawyer, call 262-250-1976 or 262-338-8874 or 1-800-805-1976 or email lisa@vhdlaw.com or dan@vhdlaw.com. Contact us for a FREE ONLINE EVALUATION of your case. Vanden Heuvel & Dineen, S.C. has five offices in Germantown, West Bend, Appleton, Milwaukee and Sister Bay, Wisconsin.

Is a will needed?  A will executed in conformity with the laws of the State of Wisconsin makes sure your property is distributed pursuant to your wishes.  Vanden Heuvel & Dineen, S.C.’s  estate planning lawyers, including Attorney Daniel R. Dineen and Attorney Lisa M. Vanden Heuvel, draft wills and estate planning documents to assure that your wealth is distributed to whomever you wish, and is not distributed to those you wish to omit from your will.  The only potential exception to this rule is your spouse.  The will drafting attorneys of Vanden Heuvel & Dineen, S.C. know the law and how to draft your estate planning documents in conformance with your needs and the laws of the State of Wisconsin.

Vanden Heuvel & Dineen, S.C. provides its estate planning clients with effective, cost-conscious representation.  If you own property and joint tenancy, that property will bypass your will and automatically go to the surviving joint tenant.  Probate addresses property that is owned solely by the deceased.  If a client does not have a will in that circumstance, the State of Wisconsin determines the allocation of property.  The determination is the State’s, so consider drafting a will!

Your will does not go into effect until death.  It can be changed anytime prior to death, or until you no longer have the capacity to do so.  The estate planning lawyers of Vanden Heuvel & Dineen, S.C. understand the complexities that may need to be addressed in your estate planning documents.  Do not risk your future or the future of your loved ones.  Call for a free consultation with an attorney advocate and ally to address your estate planning needs.  262-250-1976 or 338-8874 or 1-800-805-1976