Cost-Effective Legal Help for Life Issues
You may have heard the horror story about a person who is estranged from a parent, sibling or spouse, only to end up having that person collect 100 percent of the inheritance. Is that you? If you don't take care of your Estate planning issues, Indiana law may determine what happens and this may be directly in conflict with what you actually wanted.
At Van Gilder & Trzynka, our Indiana estate planning attorneys have helped individuals and families from a wide range of social and economic backgrounds. We pride ourselves on being both affordable and effective in our approach to all legal issues, including wills and trust drafting. Andrew Simmons and David Van Gilder help individuals and families with their estate planning and probate administration needs.
Many people have a limited understanding of estate planning and administration. For your convenience, we offer the answers to some frequently asked questions.
Why Choose Our Indiana Wills and Trust Drafting Lawyers?
Our law firm excels in our hands-on approach to dealing with our clients. We explain each step as we go along. We listen to our clients' needs and concerns. We prepare and review all documents to protect our clients' best interests at all times. We act with honesty and integrity at all times.
Here are some estate planning and probate services that we provide:
- Draft last wills and testaments, trusts, powers of attorney, child medical consent, health care directives and living wills;
- Act as guardians for vulnerable adults, veterans, and for children or draft guardianship agreements for the same;
- Draft succession agreements for family-owned businesses;
- Litigation of disputed wills, trusts and other estate contests;
- Act as probate administrator to settle an estate
We tailor estate plans to meet our clients' specific needs. When you come to our office, we will sit down with you to discuss your personal and financial situation. We will explain the estate planning options available and help you choose the type of document — will, trust, power of attorney, living will — that best fits your situation.
Call Our Toll-Free Number for Answers to Your Estate Planning Questions
Has a loved one died without a will? Are you facing end-of-life issues? Would you like to make sure your assets go where you would like them to go? If so, please give us a call to discuss your legal need with one of our Fort Wayne estate planning lawyers. We have offices in Fort Wayne and New Haven, Indiana. Call 888-731-1013 to speak to an estate planning attorney, or e-mail our law firm to schedule an initial consultation.