At Wokwicz Law Offices, LLC, we believe that regular communication with our clients on relevant and important topics is key to providing a more complete service for our clients. With this in mind, we are happy to share news of our firm and, perhaps even more importantly, legal and final news that are likely to effect our clients.
- Jul. 18 2019
Estate Planning Elder Law Attorney: When to Contact?
As estate planning attorneys, we understand that knowing when to contact an estate planning elder law attorney is difficult to predict. Most people don’t know the answer. Admittedly, sometimes it can be clear when you need an estate planning elder … Read more
- Jun. 24 2019
How Often Do I Need an Estate Plan Checkup?
As estate planning lawyers, we regularly get asked how often our clients should conduct an estate plan checkup. While we work to make sure that the estate plans that we draft for our clients have an extended life, there are … Read more
- May. 15 2019
Simple Will: Often Not Adequate Estate Planning
As estate planning lawyers, we often have clients contacting us for a “simple” Last Will and Testament. Sometimes a “simple will” can accomplish our clients’ goals. More frequently however, a simple will alone is not adequate estate planning to achieve … Read more
- Apr. 8 2019
Trusts for Young and Minor Children: The Basics
In Wisconsin, trusts can provide a powerful tool for parents eager to protect and pass their assets to their children. More specifically, trusts for children bring the power and flexibility of trusts to bear when parents die before their children. … Read more
- Feb. 22 2019
Naming Guardians for Minors and Young Children
Naming guardians for minors and young children is a major priority for Wisconsin parents working to create an estate plan. For any parent of minors or young children, a holistic estate plan must detail your wishes to ensure your children … Read more
- Jan. 3 2019
Transfer by Affidavit and Small Estate Affidavits in Wisconsin
Wisconsin has adopted a “small estate affidavit” statute to allow residents with a small probate estate to avoid both formal and informal court-administered probate. The State of Wisconsin allows this through the use of a Wisconsin Transfer by Affidavit. Wisconsin … Read more