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Chicago Office

20 N. Clark Street
Suite 2720
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Phone: 312-345-9999

Schaumburg Office

1515 E. Woodfield Road
Suite 640
Schaumburg, IL 60173
Phone: 847-995-9999

Wheaton Office

400 S. County Farm Road
Suite 320
Wheaton, Illinois 60187
Phone: 630-653-9400

Orland Park Office

15255 W. 94th Ave
Suite 201
Orland Park, IL 60462
Phone: 708-226-9904

Orland Park Estate Planning Attorneys

At Anderson & Associates, P.C. we can help you make legal plans and arrangements for your assets and family in the unfortunate event of your death. This can involve deciding who will make your medical and financial decisions if you become incapacitated. A comprehensive estate plan can also make things easier for your dependents when you do pass. These documents can help ease emotional hardships your family will have to face and make sure your final wishes are looked after.

Our attorneys assist clients in developing estate plans that are best-fit for each family situation and enforceable under law. We have been helping people with the estate planning process for the past 30 years, so our experience handling personal and financial situations is extensive.

Are You in Need of an Estate Plan?

We recommend that every adult have an estate plan, especially those with property and those who have dependents. A will can be a good start for an estate plan. Courts determine what happens to your assets when you pass, so a will can aid in distributing these assets as you wish. A will is the only way to make sure your wishes are respected after your passing. A living will or power of attorney document can help ensure your medical care and property are taken care of in the event of your incapacitation. This is essential as accidents can happen to anyone, so you want to put someone capable in charge of your financial and property assets.

At Anderson & Associates, P.C. we work with individuals, young and old, on estate plans. We can also assist with updating current estate plans. If there is a significant event in your life, like marriage, divorce, birth, death, or acquiring new assets, it is a good idea to re-evaluate your estate plan. Our attorneys can help.

Probate Litigation Representation

An estate goes into probate when someone dies. During probate, the person's will is validated and then administered. If the person did not have a will, the court will distribute the assets according to the law. If a will or trust is disputed, probate ligation may be pursued. Our attorneys are skilled probate handlers, including dispute litigation. We work with all parties involved (families, executors, and beneficiaries) to ensure that the deceased's wishes are honored and that our clients' interests are represented.

If you are interested in learning about estate planning or are in need of a probate legal representative, contact us to schedule a free initial consultation. From our Orland Park office, or any of our other four Chicago regional locations, we can assist you.