Estate Planning – Wills & Trusts

Estate Planning Services

Whether you need to write your will, set up a trust or prepare a prenuptial agreement, many of life’s biggest decisions involve legal considerations that can affect a family’s future for years to come. At McCarty Law, we take a kind and understanding approach and work with you to consider all the details of the estate planning process in Wisconsin.

We will listen to your wishes and priorities, answer your questions, and clearly explain all your options. Our estate planners in Appleton will help you make decisions you feel confident about as they relate to wills, trusts, powers of attorney and other planning issues.

McCarty Law also offers legal help with many of these matters as they apply to our aging parents, elderly loved ones, and loved ones with a disability. See our Elder Law and Special Needs Planning page for more information.

Legal Services for Seniors & Families at a Glance

Attorneys at Law

To learn more about our estate planning and asset protection law services and legal counsel available in Appleton, Neenah, Menasha, Green Bay, Oshkosh and beyond, please contact any of these experienced attorneys:

Reg P. Wydeven
Jon L. Fischer
Alicia C. Ratajczak
Sara K. Micheletti

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