WICHITA ATTORNEYS: WILLS AND TRUSTS
No matter your age, income level, marital status or whether you have children, it is important to have a plan for the future. An estate plan typically consists of a will and other tools such as trusts as needed on an individual basis.
At Gragert & Hiebertin Wichita, Kansas, we have helped many individuals and families create effective estate plans that provide them with peace of mind.
Contact our law firm to discuss your specific needs and find out how we can assist you.
Sedgwick County Trust Lawyers
It is important to seek out an attorney who is familiar with the full spectrum of estate planning options. At Gragert & Hiebert, we create wills, trusts and other documents to ensure our clients' wishes will be carried out in the event that something should happen to them unexpectedly.
Contact us to learn more about any of the following legal instruments:
- Wills, including guardianship of children
- Inter vivos trusts (living trusts)
- Testamentary trusts
- Special needs trusts
- Spendthrift trusts
- Generation-skipping trusts
- Other trusts as appropriate
- Guardianships and conservatorships
- Advanced directives, living wills and durable powers of attorney for health care decisions, including DNRs (do not resuscitate)
- Medicaid eligibility trusts
If your loved one is entering a nursing home, our highly experienced attorneys can provide you with elder law advice. We understand the issues you may be facing, and we can help you draft the appropriate documents to prepare for your family member's future financial stability.
Call Gragert & Hiebertat 316-712-4680 or contact us online to speak with an experienced Wichita lawyer about wills and trusts.
Gragert & Hiebert, located in Wichita, Kansas, serves Wichita, Hutchinson, Newton, El Dorado, Winfield, Wellington, Arkansas City, Anthony, Attica, Cheney, Clearwater, Coldwater, Goddard, Greensburg, Harper, Kingman, Pratt, Medicine Lodge, Lindsborg, Salina, McPherson, Emporia, Sedgwick County, Harvey County, Butler County, Cowley County, Sumner County, Kingman County, Saline County and throughout Western and Southern Kansas.