Get Experienced Assistance With Your Will
Our firm has served the Bloomington-Normal area and surrounding central Illinois counties since 1971. With more than 53 years of combined experience, our lawyers provide comprehensive legal services in the following areas of law:
• Wills and estate planning – We help individuals and couples “get their houses in order” through individualized wills, trusts, powers of attorney, living wills and other tools.
• Estate administration and probate – We provide assistance or full-service counsel for settling a loved one’s estate, including out-of-state executors. We also handle probate disputes.
• Long-term care planning – We advise families on strategies and pitfalls of preparing for nursing home care without depleting family resources, and we counsel clients on issues relating to Medicaid eligibility.
• Guardianships and elder law – We help clients intervene when a parent or family member becomes incapacitated. We also advocate for victims of elder abuse or neglect.
A Comprehensive Approach To Important Family Matters
At Schwulst & Roseberry, P.C., we use a holistic approach that addresses both financial goals and personal concerns and encourages the use of financial advisers and other professionals in the planning process. We invite you to arrange a consultation to get the conversation started or to problem-solve a pressing situation.
Estate planning is not just for the elderly. Serious injury or illness can happen at any age. What will happen with your children, your business and your personal assets?
Experience counts in probate. Without knowledgeable counsel, complicating factors such as creditors, tax returns, out-of-state assets, missing documents or legal challenges can create delays or added expense.
Early planning gives you more options. Hard-earned wealth may be forfeited if you wait until a loved one needs nursing home care. Advance planning can help preserve family assets and avoid court proceedings, taxes, penalties and other adversities.
Planning today avoids stress and hardship later. Properly drafted documents will protect your legacy to your family and spare your loved ones from wrenching decisions or disputes.
Planning for tomorrow provides peace of mind today. You can’t predict the future, but you can eliminate some of the worries. By anticipating many common situations, you can rest assured that you and your family will be taken care of, come what may.
We Provide Personalized Solutions
We take the time to get to know you and understand your concerns and your goals so that we can provide personalized solutions. The first half-hour of the initial consultation is free with our Illinois estate planning attorneys, contact us online or call us at 309-751-4101.