Estate Planning

Estate planning can provide you with peace of mind by ensuring that your loved ones are taken care of and your assets are distributed according to your wishes. By creating a comprehensive estate plan, you can protect your assets, minimize taxes, and avoid potential conflict.

Estate Planning

Estate planning is the process of arranging the transfer of a person’s assets after they pass. It involves creating a customized and detailed plan that outlines how a person’s assets will be distributed, who will be responsible for managing their affairs, and how their wishes will be carried out.

Whether you’re planning for your own future or the future of your loved ones, estate planning allows you to rest easy knowing that your affairs are in order. Contact us today to schedule a consultation. Take the first step toward creating a plan that will provide for you and your loved ones for years to come.

At Carlin Law, we are ready and able to assist you with minimizing or eliminating the following concerns:


Ensuring that your wishes are carried out: Estate planning allows you to ensure that your wishes are carried out after you die. This includes decisions about who will be responsible for managing your affairs, how your assets will be distributed, and any other specific instructions that you may have.

Providing for your loved ones: Estate planning allows you to provide for your loved ones after you die. This includes providing for your spouse, children, and other family members, as well as any charitable organizations or causes that are important to you.


Can I Write My Own Will?

Yes, in Wisconsin you can write your own Will either on your own or with the help of an online resource.

However, it is extremely important to note that a Last Will and Testament is a legal document, and any inaccuracies or inconsistencies may invalidate your Will, or assets may not be distributed as you think. This may lead to a large increase in probate expenses, which is why we try to avoid probate.

Unfortunately, you will not know whether your Will is going to be effective until it is too late.


Set up a Consultation Today

What to Expect in an estate planning consultation.

Contact Us