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Representing Clients In Bloomington And Throughout Central Illinois

Guidance For Estate Planning And Probate

If a recently deceased loved one named you as his or her will executor and you're feeling overwhelmed, intimidated or confused by the requirements of the legal process known as probate — you're not alone.

If you have been meaning to create an estate plan or update your will for longer than you care to remember — you're not alone.

In fact, both of these situations are common.

At the Wright Law Office in Bloomington, Illinois, we help clients focus on today and provide the legal guidance and skill they need to address many different kinds of estate planning and probate issues. Call us at 309-663-7200 to start taking care of these important matters and learn more about how we can help you.

Offering Peace Of Mind And A Full Range Of Services

We work closely with clients to create estate plans tailored to meet their individual needs and goals. We also work closely with clients who need clear answers and knowledgeable legal guidance to navigate the probate and estate administration processes. Peace of mind is a major benefit in both cases.

This area of our practice includes:

  • Wills (and revisions to existing wills)
  • Revocable and irrevocable trusts
  • Durable powers of attorney (for health care and/or property)
  • Living wills/advance directives
  • HIPAA authorizations
  • Guardianship proceedings, contested and uncontested
  • Probate and the administration of estates
  • Probate litigation

Contact Our Lawyer To Learn More

Schedule a consultation with estate planning lawyer John D. Wright today by calling our office at 309-663-7200 or contacting us online. We will work with you to schedule this meeting at a convenient time and place. We also want you to know that we are committed to providing all of our probate and estate-related legal services at a reasonable price.

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