Illinois Estate Planning Practice

Hunt, Aranda & Subach, Ltd. recognizes that estate planning requires a thorough understanding of the needs of your family and how you would like to ensure that your personal decisions are properly executed, should you pass away or become incapacitated.

There are a variety of ways you can protect your interests by creating living wills, trusts and powers of attorney to act on your behalf if you become disabled. It’s important to speak with an experienced estate planning attorney who can look out for your best interests.

If you’re considering writing a will for the first time, updating a prior will, or setting up a trust in DuPage, Cook, Kane, Will or McHenry Counties, Illinois, contact Hunt, Aranda & Subach, Ltd. to schedule a free initial consultation. We are available to take care of all of your estate planning needs. Call (630) 860-7800.

Illinois Estate Planning That Fits Into Your Life Goals

Different types of family dynamics and a change in circumstances, dictate which estate planning tool will be the most appropriate and affordable to you.

If you’re single or married without children, a Last Will and Testament, along with a health care and financial power of attorney, may be sufficient in order to communicate your wishes. Hunt, Aranda & Subach, Ltd. can help you designate a durable power of attorney, who can make medical and financial decisions on your behalf, should you become unable to do so for yourself. No matter what your age, the setting up of a durable power of attorney will award the need for guardianship in the future.

If you have children, creating a will can specify a legal guardian to care for your minor children, while a trust fund can provide financially for them or for any of your designated beneficiaries.

Contact Our Illinois Estate Planning Attorneys Today

If you’re someone who cares about where your money will go in the event of your death, or would like to learn more about asset protection, probate and estate administration, and how to set up a living trust for your beneficiaries to avoid the probate process contact Hunt, Aranda & Subach, Ltd. in Bensenville, Illinois, to schedule a free initial consultation. Call (630) 860-7800 to speak with an estate planning attorney today.