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Why People Hesitate to Start Estate Planning , Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin
Many people neglect to have an estate plan in place before they pass. Unfortunately, this means crucial decisions about asset distribution and the guardianship of minor children are left up to the courts. Don’t put your estate more
What Is Elder Law & How Can an Attorney Help?, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin
As people age, they must begin making important decisions and preparations for their future. Senior citizens must think about their living arrangements, long-term care, health care, estate planning, finances, and government more
Auburndale, WI
Metcalf & Quinn SC, Estate Planning Attorneys, Elder Law, Attorneys, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin
480 East Grand Avenue
Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494
(715) 423-1940
Life may be unpredictable, but you can eliminate some of the stress of the unknown by planning a will. If you want to create a living trust or will to protect your family and give yourself peace of mind, turn to Metcalf & Quinn in Wi...
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Will & Trust Lawyers Debunk 3 Common Myths About Living Trusts, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin
A living trust is an estate planning document that allows you greater control over how your property is divided after your death. It lets you name beneficiaries and bypass the more
Why You Need an Attorney When Buying or Selling a House, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin
When it comes to real estate law, a lack of knowledge can land you in hot water. This is especially true when buying or selling a home, which is why it’s highly recommended to more
5 FAQs About Probate Law, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin
When it comes to estate planning, probate law is one of the more complex and intimidating topics. Since most people will deal with it at some point in their life, it’s important to& more
A Wisconsin Rapids Will & Trust Lawyer Shares 3 Reasons to Update Your Document, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin
Wills and trusts are essential estate planning tools that help you make provisions for your loved ones and map out the legacies you leave. The seasoned lawyers at Metcalf & more
What to Do When a Dispute Arises Over Wills & Trusts, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin
When family members lose a loved one, emotions run high during the subsequent probate law proceedings. Everyone has their own opinion regarding the fairest way to distribute the more
A Quick Guide to Understanding a Living Will , Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin
Estate planning is important for people of all ages, financial situations, and health conditions. You never know what the future holds, so it’s best to be prepared. The staff at more
3 Estate Planning Tips for Unmarried Couples, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin
Estate planning ensures that you and your partner’s wishes are upheld when you’re gone. For married couples, a joint estate is a simple process, but for unmarried couples, the more
How Will Your Estate Planning Needs Change As You Age?, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin
Estate planning is essential if you want to protect your loved ones financially and lighten their burden emotionally after you pass. It is never too early to start thinking about more
An Estate Lawyer Explains the Transfer of Property at Death, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin
No matter how young or old you are, it's never too soon to hire an estate lawyer. Estate planning is the best way to ensure your family is provided for and your wishes are followed more
Expert Shares 4 Answers to Your Estate Planning FAQs, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin
An effective estate plan allows you to control who receives your property after your death, gives those you trust the legal authority to make decisions for you, and provides for more
Informal Estate Administration FAQ From an Estate Lawyer, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin
While estate administration often requires an estate lawyer with a knowledge of probate law, there are times when informal estate administration is the appropriate route. Estate more
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