The attorneys at Kelley, Kelley & Kelley in Schaumburg have decades of experience working with clients to draft comprehensive estate planning documents to ensure that a party’s intensions are fully carried out upon death in a manner that minimizes tax ramifications. Our attorneys prepare Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, and Living Wills to help you accomplish your goals and ensure your intentions are protected. Our attorneys have experience in drafting complex trusts and ensuring that proper tax planning is accomplished. Our attorneys also routinely work with families to ensure minor children are protected and provided for, whether it is through Special Needs Trusts or expansive trust provisions. Our attorneys have experience working with the simplest through the most complex estate planning needs, and each of our clients will receive cost effective, tailored advice. Our attorneys’ experience in probate also allows us to advise our clients with a full understanding of all the issues you may encounter and we have the experience to avoid trouble before it begins. Our attorneys represent clients throughout Schaumburg, Cook County, DuPage County, the Northwest Suburbs, and the greater Chicagoland area.
What is a will? A will is a legal document that allows you to:
- nominate an executor, who is in charge of carrying out the terms of the will;
- identify your beneficiaries and what property or assets they are to inherit;
- dispose of your assets in accordance with the terms of the will; and
- identify guardians in the event you have any minor children.
What is a Trust? A trust is a legal agreement between the creator of the trust agreement (grantor) and another individual (trustee) in which the trustee holds and administers property pursuant to the terms of the trust agreement for the benefit of the trust agreement’s beneficiaries.
What is a power of attorney? A power of attorney, durable power of attorney, health care power of attorney and financial power of attorney are also referred to as POA’s and they are legal documents giving another individual the power to act on your behalf in the event you are unable to act on your own behalf.
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