Committed To Serving Our Clients’ Estate Law Needs
Almost everyone has a need for an estate planning lawyer at some point in his or her life. Most commonly, people complete some level of estate planning — whether that involves the drafting of a basic will and a few other documents or a more sophisticated plan. An estate planning attorney can present clear options and provide other services well beyond what is available through online and other do-it-yourself options.
If a parent or another family member has passed away, you may need qualified counsel to settle the decedent’s affairs and navigate the probate process. An understanding of Arizona estate law is also essential in a range of other situations. At Lincoln & Wenk, PLLC, our knowledgeable Phoenix estate law lawyers will address your specific concerns with care and guide you toward the best solutions.
Let Us Help You Through Whatever Estate-Related Issues You Are Facing
The primary focus of our estate law practice is on helping people document their wishes through wills and trusts, along with living wills and powers of attorney that address the possibility of incapacity. We enjoy providing this service and helping clients across the cultural and economic spectrum — including many military service members — gain peace of mind and protection for their loved ones.
Our legal team is also an excellent resource for probate services with constant emphasis on prompt action, active client communication and efficiency. Other estate matters we address include:
- Petitions for guardianships and conservatorships, sometimes needed to secure legal decision-making authority for a minor, disabled adult or incapacitated elder
- Drafting and filing of the necessary conservatorship after obtaining a personal injury settlement or award for a minor
Experienced Legal Assistance When Disputes Arise
Some families encounter uncertainty and disputes over inheritance rights in the aftermath of a loved one’s passing. We strive to prevent these difficult situations through sound estate planning, and we can often guide negotiations to avoid emotionally draining, costly estate litigation.