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Kendall County Estate Planning Attorneys

Yorkville Wills, Trusts and Powers of Attorney Lawyers

Sean Robertson and Robertson Legal Group, LLC are Yorkville and Kendall County Estate Planning Attorneys. Planning for an incapacity or death is a wise decision. Economic and financial security is paramount for seniors and middle-class families and high net worth families seeking to provide security for themselves and their families.  Preparation is critical in life. Creating an estate plan, which is a life plan to plan for the possibility of an incapacity or death. Estate planning involves a combination of last will and testament, living trusts, and powers of attorneys to provide economic security and peace of mind.

Yorkville and Kendall County Will Attorney

What is a Last Will and Testament?

A Last Will and Testament or otherwise known as a “Will” is a legal instrument to distribute one’s assets upon a death. Moreover, a Will also provide guardianship protection for minor children. A guardian is a person, which can either a person’s finances and or health-related concerns. In addition to health concerns, a guardian for the person is like a parent that makes non-financial life decisions for the minor child or children. Sean Robertson and Robertson Legal Group, LLC provide peace of mind and legacy planning for seniors and others desiring financial security. A well-devised will or estate plan will empower your family and distribute your property in a smart and calculated manner.

Types of Trusts

Trusts are like a Will but offer many benefits and advantages not available to a Will. First, a Living Trust or otherwise known as a “Trust” provides probate avoidance unlike a Will. Probate is the court that hears heirship claims and makes decisions on a person’s heirs.  Second, a Living Trust provides incapacity planning in case of diminished or a lack of capacity.  Third, a Living Trust protects one’s inheritance from the beneficiary’s creditors and can create minor’s children’s trust to protect one’s inheritance.  Fourth, a Living Trust provides asset protection for an heir’s creditors because the spendthrift provision protects one’s inheritance from the beneficiary’s creditors.

Our estate planning lawyers have helped many persons and seniors.  Sean Robertson resides in Yorkville, which is near Plano, Oswego, Aurora, Montgomery, Plattville, and Newark, Minooka among other places in Kendall County.  Sean Robertson is a DePaul University Law School Graduate. Attorney Robertson protects his client’s finances from healthcare concerns, creditor issues, and drafts legally enforceable estate planning instruments.

A common misconception is that estate planning is for the wealthy. Estate planning is for middle-class families and ordinary families. Smart planning is critical to leave a family legacy. Legacy planning provides financial and economic security and peace of mind.

Yorkville and Kendall County Power of Attorney Lawyer

What is a Power of Attorney?

A Power of Attorney is a legal document, which empowers a loved one to make financial and healthcare decisions when they are incapable of making their own decisions. Often, family members utilize a power of attorney when a senior or family member is limited in their financial and health related concerns. Sean Robertson and Robertson Legal Group, LLC concentrate in educating people on related to their estate planning and powers of attorney concerns.

Contact Our Skilled Yorkville and Kendall County Estate Planning Lawyer to Assist You Related to Your Wills, Trusts, and Powers of Attorneys

Contact Sean Robertson and Robertson Legal Group, LLC to plan your estate. Estate planning requires preparation. Preparation equals financial security. Attorney Robertson counsels’ seniors and families on their estates and trusts concerns in Kendall County including Yorkville, Oswego, Montgomery, Aurora, Minooka, Plano, Plattville, and Newark. Contact our trusted estate planning team at 630-780-1034.

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