Will County Law Firm for Estate Planning and Elder Law
Estate Planning and Probate
The attorneys are Kavanagh Grumley & Gorbold, LLC help clients with estate planning, including drafting of general wills, guardianship estates and trusts. We can also help legally assign a power of attorney: a person you designate who would have the legal right to make decisions on your behalf should you become incapacitated.
Many of our clients have already put together a will and have found that it needs to be revised. We help with revisions to a will and can provide second opinions to be sure that a previously drafted will is sound.
We also help with irrevocable trusts, insurance trusts, charitable trusts, private foundations, partnerships and limited liability companies and probate administration, making sure that your final wishes are instituted properly.
A will is a legal document only upon death, and it is then that a person usually finds out what the will contained. In blended families, for people who married multiple times, or for people with stepchildren and stepparents involved, there may be a dispute with the will.
The lawyers of KG&G have experience representing individuals and heirs, administrators and executors in probate estates throughout Illinois. We are experienced in probate litigation, including trust and will contest.
The attorneys of KG&G help clients throughout Will County with Medicaid planning. You do not have to lose all you have saved to pay for a nursing home. We can help with assets protection. With the right planning and sheltering of assets, you can pass along a legacy to your children, not to assisted living.
We can also help you legally assign a power of attorney: a person you designate who would have the legal right to make financial and healthcare decisions on your behalf should you become incapacitated.
Put our tradition of excellence in service behind your case. In the Joliet area and the southwest suburbs of Chicago, call KG&G at 815-727-4511 or contact us online.