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Estate planning, power of attorney
This final piece of Wynn at Law, LLC’s short Estate Planning series looks at how you can express your wishes when you’re still alive but might not be able to communicate. Injuries and illnesses are facts of aging. Our first article in the series mentioned that fewer than one in three Americans have a Living...
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estate planning, trusts
The Last Will and Testament and other forms of the Will were covered in our most recent Wynn at Law, LLC, article. Often going alongside a Will is one or more trusts. A revocable living trust is the tool in the Estate Planning Toolbox for holding and distributing a person’s assets to avoid probate. In...
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wisconsin estate planning
In a previous article, Wynn at Law, LLC, highlighted why the holidays are an ideal time to discuss your estate planning needs. The old adage ‘there’s no time like the present’ holds true with estate planning. So, here is a little more detail on the most common, and sometimes overlooked, planning tool: The Will. There are...
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There isn’t a better time to review a will, trust, or other estate planning documents than the convenient time of holiday gatherings. Wynn at Law, LLC definitely realizes how this could be a delicate or somber talk during what should be fun events. However, the family will appreciate it later when they seek clarity on...
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real estate closing
Part I of this short series on real estate transactions covered the property title. Part II looked at title insurance. Both set the stage for a smooth closing, which is how this real estate series wraps up. Wynn at Law, LLC takes on five roles for the client – homebuyer or seller – during the...
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real estate attorney
.Part I of this short series on real estate transactions (read it here) talked about the title to the property. We saved title insurance for Part II. It’s its own animal. Title insurance protects the buyer and the mortgage lender in the event a future problem is found with the title. Having an experienced Wisconsin...
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real estate, attorney, lawyer, wisconsin
When a legal issue arises out of a real estate transaction, it often involves the title. Wynn at Law, LLC won’t let you go to closing without a title in good order or “clean title”, regardless of whether you’re the seller or the buyer about to get the title. Backtracking a little bit… the title...
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Elkhorn bankruptcy lawyer lists signs living beyond your means
Maybe you don’t think it’s a problem. Maybe you don’t think it’s that big of a problem. (“It” being your financial situation) You’re falling behind on bills, making partial payments to creditors, and robbing Peter to pay Paul. But, it’s not that big of a deal. You’ll catch up soon, right? “Right” is most likely...
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WE Energies Allient Energy disconnection Union Grove bankruptcy
Our Union Grove bankruptcy lawyer, Shannon Wynn, noticed a trend this month. Quite a few people landed on our bankruptcy website from searching for the terms “Does Chapter 13 Stop WE Energies”, “Will Alliant Energy Disconnect in the Winter”, and other various search terms under this topic. In this post, Attorney Shannon Wynn wants to...
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Elkhorn Wisconsin bankruptcy lawyer
If you have been struggling with debt, now may be the best time to consider filing for bankruptcy. For starters, with the holidays ahead you could dig yourself deeper into debt. Our Elkhorn, Wisconsin bankruptcy lawyer, Shannon Wynn, lists four reasons why you may want to consider filing for bankruptcy before the holidays.
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