At the Papillion Omaha Law Offices of Schirber Wagner, the experienced estate planning and probate attorneys and staff provides quality legal services in a compassionate, easy to understand manner.
Meeting with a estate planning or probate lawyer for the first time can be a stressful experience, especially when you are dealing with grief from the loss of a family member, moving someone from home to a nursing home or assisted living, dealing with the issues surrounding terminal or long term illnesses, or simply providing security for your family through your own estate planning. You need a lawyer who understands and can address the unique problems you are experiencing. You also need that advice provided in a calm, comfortable environment.
At the Papillion Omaha Law Offices of Schirber Wagner, the experienced estate planning and probate attorneys and staff provides quality legal services in a compassionate, easy to understand manner. Michael Schirber and his entire staff have experienced many of the same issues our clients face, allowing us to provide a more personalized legal experience. The office environment is friendly and informal, and the staff is eager to provide you with the best legal experience possible. All our clients are treated with respect and dignity.
Schirber Wagner Estate Planning Metro Omaha – Papillion
Estate planning is the process of planning for your future (incapacity planning) and for your family after your death. The documents we prepare for you address both the issues of how you want things handled during your life time, if you can no longer manage your own affairs, and where you want your property and assets to go after your death. Our Papillion Omaha Estate Planning Attorneys can prepare:
- Special Needs Trusts
- Power of Attorney
- Medical Power of Attorney
- Directive to Physicians (Living Will)
- Medical Power of Attorney for Minor Child
- Appointment of Agent for Disposition of Remains
- Designation of Guardian in case of future incapacity
- Pet Trusts
Probate is the process of dealing with the property and debts of a person who has died. Property does not transfer to the family (even to a husband or wife) automatically on death. Our Omaha Papillion Probate Attorneys can help you determine if a probate is needed and what type of probate will best accomplish the wishes of your deceased family member.
Elder Law encompasses many different issues facing our aging clients. Our Omaha Papillion Estate Planning Attorneys can assist in the areas of:
- Medicaid planning/asset protection
- Miller Trusts
- Planning for the disabled family member
- Special Needs Trusts
- VA Aid and Attendance Benefits
- Nursing home issues
- Assistance with living arrangements and service for seniors