Lodi, WI asked in Estate Planning for Wisconsin

Q: Where can I find an attorney to create a revocable living trust for my wife and I?

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Thomas B. Burton
Thomas B. Burton
  • Estate Planning Lawyer
  • Eau Claire, WI
  • Licensed in Wisconsin

A: The Justia Lawyer directory is a good place to start. I recommend looking for an attorney who focuses their practice on estate planning to provide you with the best advice possible in this area. You can review different attorney profiles and websites to find one that best fits your needs. In my practice I offer flat fee estate planning packages for many common estate planning scenarios and a revocable living trust package is one of them. So you can also ask your attorney about how they bill for their services, whether it is hourly or flat fee or some combination, so that you understand the structure fully going into the engagement. Finally if the Justia directory is not enough, there are other legal directories available as well as the State Bar of Wisconsin has a lawyer referral services. You have made a wise decision to plan your estate administration ahead of time through the use of a revocable living trust.

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