Make Your Wishes Known

Discuss your options with a probate attorney in Belvidere, IL

If you don't have your wishes in writing in a Will or Trust, the laws of Illinois will dictate where your money goes and who inherits your money when you pass. Preparing your estate is important, especially if you have specific people you'd like to inherit your assets. If you have loved ones who are receiving Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits or other benefits, an inheritance may affect their benefits without the proper Estate planning. Additionally, if you are suffering from dementia, Alzheimer's, a serious disabling condition or disease, or any other physical or mental condition that may affect your ability to care for yourself, a Living Trust may be the best means of making sure your assets work for when you are no longer able to care for yourself. The combination of a Trust and a Will can ease your mind and help your manage or have your loved ones manage your assets during your infirmity and then later transfer your property to your loved ones upon your passing. Make all the necessary arrangements with help from The Law Office Of Theresa Wybrow PC. A wills and trusts attorney in Belvidere, Illinois will draft new documents or revise existing ones for you.

We also offer Probate assistance. When you pass, we can help your loved ones negotiate the confusing Probate process an streamline the process for them. We are ready, willing, and able to assist your family and loved ones with the often confusing Probate process.

Are you managing a loved one's estate? Contact a probate attorney today to move the process along.

Draft necessary documents for your estate

Organizing your estate requires a lot of paperwork. Luckily, our probate attorney has a deep understanding of the process to help you through it.

Estate planning often includes...

  • Drafting wills
  • Creating trusts
  • Choosing beneficiaries
  • Designating a power of attorney
  • Making arrangements for minors
  • Making arrangements for loved ones with SSI
  • Making funeral choices
  • Making choices of how your assets are to be handled while you suffer from a short or long term illness involving incapacity, dementia,  a seriously disabling disease, or a mental or physical condition inhibiting your ability to care for yourself and your loved ones.


Want to learn more about wills and trusts? An attorney at our firm can help. Schedule an appointment today by calling 815-975-9644.