The only way to ensure your Nebraska family’s future financial security after your passing is through solid, forward-looking estate planning. When it comes time to discuss your wills, trusts, powers of attorney and advance health care directives, you can be confident in relying on Adams & Sullivan, P.C., L.L.O., in Papillion. We have the attorneys who can help you achieve your estate planning goals or guide you through the smooth administration of a loved one’s estate. Our quality representation is customized to fit your specific, unique situation. We work with beneficiaries, executors and trustees to make sure that your wishes are followed, and that a precise distribution of assets and property is executed. If a family dispute erupts over an irregularity such as a last-minute change to a will or allegations of undue influence or incompetency, Adams & Sullivan can seek a negotiated outcome or aggressively litigate in your best interests in probate court.
For the trusted advice and valued results that have sustained our firm since 1951, and to arrange your initial consultation, contact us today.
Adams & Sullivan lawyers make thoughtful recommendations for blending a number of useful estate planning tools such as:
- Wills and living trusts
- Living wills
- Special needs trusts
- Revocable or irrevocable trusts
- Durable and medical powers of attorney
- Guardianships and conservatorships
- Strategy for charitable giving
- Asset protection
Start benefiting from the effective, cost-efficient representation at Adams & Sullivan. For estate planning that brings you peace of mind, contact us by phone or email to speak with one of our skilled Omaha estate planning lawyers. Call 402-339-9550 or email our attorneys at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange your initial consultation.
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