Krause Donovan Estate Law Partners, LLC is a Madison, Wisconsin area law firm specializing in Estate Planning, Trusts, Wills, Probate and Real Estate Transactions. We personalize our services and our attorneys happily make house calls for our clients who require it.
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For large estates or small, we help people plan for their family's future. From a simple Will to providing a complete estate plan including one or more Trusts, Special Needs Trusts Wills, Powers of Attorney and health care documents like Living Wills and Health Care Powers of Attorney, we can deliver the expertise and services you need.
Living Trust (or Revocable Trust) law in Wisconsin is a specialized area, and we have the expertise to prepare our clients for a worry-free estate. The lawyer you talk to is the one who will draft and proofread your documents. Experience and patient attention to details of each situation make our estate plans stand out.
Our Probate services provide smooth and easy transition of property after a loved one passes. We also help our clients contest wills and fight for their rightful inheritance. Our experienced trial lawyer assures that will contests and probate challenges are handled efficiently and fairly for our clients. Call us to see if we can help you with your Wisconsin Probate.
When a person passes leaving property in trust, we help the trustee and the heirs to distribute and administer the trust assets according to the law. Although there is no probate of trust assets, there are many issues to be considered including tax and equitable distribution.
The purchase or sale of a home is one of the most complicated transactions we make in life. We stand with our clients throughout the negotiations and at the closing to ensure they get the best representation possible.
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