Peoria Will Lawyer

Help Your Family By Ensuring Your Will Is Correctly Drafted

Thinking about what will happen to your property and assets after you die can be both unpleasant and intimidating. However, you will save your family a lot of potential pain and anguish if you work with a lawyer to put your affairs in order prior to your death.

My name is William C. Wombacher and I have been practicing law for more than 35 years. I help people in Peoria, Illinois, and the surrounding areas with estate planning issues. You can give your family a great deal of security and prevent arguments that can cause permanent rifts by having your will drafted by an attorney.

A Custom Approach To Your Situation

Many people turn to do-it-yourself legal systems when it comes to drafting a will. Unfortunately, these are very much "one size fits all" when it comes to available options and are not always binding, depending on how they are written. A family can run into a lot of problems and lose a lot of money to probate fees and taxes if these forms are incorrect.

I will sit down with you and review your financial situation, as well as discuss how you want your hard-earned wealth distributed among your family members. I craft a document that fits your specific needs and help you find alternatives that may save you and your family money in the long run.

I handle wills, complex estates and powers of attorney for property and health care. I am also adept at creating trusts, for wealth preservation, probate avoidance and tax purposes, as well as for the care of adults and children with special needs. I also have a lot of experience establishing guardianships.

You owe it to your family to protect what you have worked so hard to give them and to help them understand how you want it distributed. Let me help you put things in place to make things easy for everyone.

Let Me Help You Help Your Family

Call The Law Office of William C. Wombacher at 309-674-8125 or toll free at 888-541-2088 or send me an email to schedule your free consultation. If you are unable to make it to my office, I will come to you.