Estate Administration And Litigation

Planning for the eventuality that is death is not a comfortable thing to do, but planning for one’s death is only one part of a complete estate plan. What happens if you don’t die? These can include:

  • A last will and testament
  • Advance directives
  • Powers of attorney for health care and property
  • Long-term care planning, including Medicaid planning
  • Trusts, including revocable and irrevocable trusts, special-needs trusts, charitable trusts and more

When The Best-Made Plans Struggle Or Fail (Or If There Is No Plan)

Many firms will be willing to assist in the transactional work of creating an estate plan for you, but only few have the experience and competence to litigate issues that can come up with even a well-thought-out plan.

We can handle a wide variety of legal disputes connected to an estate plan, or lack thereof, including:

Get Our Guidance Today

If complicated estate and probate issues have you feeling lost and overwhelmed, turn to Mockaitis Law in Oswego, Illinois. We will help you find solutions to resolve disputes quickly and avoid protracted litigation if possible. If you need us to represent you in court, however, we will use our extensive courtroom experience to thoroughly prepare your case and advocate on your behalf.

To schedule a free initial consultationcall 331-642-1515 or send us a message online. Let us give you an honest assessment of your case so you can determine if we are the right fit for you before you retain our services.