Dedicated Legal Counsel In Hudson And Throughout Western Wisconsin
Crafting Personalized Estate Plans For Wisconsin Families
If you have not established your family’s estate planning or have not updated your estate plan to reflect recent changes in your life or assets, you would be both wise and forward-looking to seek the reliable counsel of an experienced Wisconsin estate planning attorney.
Serving wills and trusts, estate planning and probate clients in Hudson and the St. Croix Valley for decades, we are the attorneys of Mudge Porter Lundeen & Seguin, S.C.
Our estate administration law firm has worked hard to meet the needs of western Wisconsin clients — individuals, couples and families, young and old alike — for decades. When you talk to us, you will speak with an understanding lawyer who genuinely cares about you and your family’s future financial security. We add a personal touch to our wealth of estate law experience and value the attorney-client relationship. You will find our personal commitment and dedication to your needs and goals to be second-to-none.
Contact Mudge Porter Lundeen & Seguin, S.C., at 715-338-3312 for a confidential, no-risk initial consultation.
For Wills, Estate Plans And Probate, The Only Firm You Will Ever Need
You should obtain or update an estate plan to ensure you are protecting assets you have accumulated over the years. The thought you devote to these goals today can be your final gift to those you love most — and spare your survivors considerable time and expense when the time comes to administer your estate. You should also consider an estate plan in order to minimize tax consequences.
Our estate planning attorneys will work with you to ensure that your assets are protected for distribution later to the proper beneficiaries. We can also assist with drafting and review of wills, trusts, guardianships, living wills (advance health care directives), powers of attorney and other useful estate planning documentation.
In probate matters, if a person dies with or without a will, his or her estate may need to be probated if he or she owned property not controlled by joint title or beneficiary designation. The probate attorneys at Mudge Porter Lundeen & Seguin, S.C. can assist with all aspects of this court-supervised proceeding. We also handle will contests and probate litigation when families are divided over the true intent of a will.
Contact us for answers to your questions about Wisconsin wills, trusts and estates law and to discuss your particular estate planning goals in confidence. Your no-risk initial consultation with our skilled Hudson estate planning lawyers can be arranged right now at 715-338-3312 or by email.