At the Law Offices of Kimberly Powers, we are experienced real estate attorneys that can represent you from the initial phases of purchasing real estate through the closing of the property. We can handle:
Whatever your real estate needs are we can accommodate you. We invite you to give us a call at 262-786-7700 or contact us here.
The Law Offices of Kimberly Powers offers a range of services that helps individuals with their tax matters. These include:
We can consult with you via phone, chat, or video conferencing to discuss your tax needs and will talk you through the details of your case confidentially. Call the Law Offices of Kimberly Powers today at 262-786-7700 or contact us here.
At the Law Offices of Kimberly Powers, we are experienced estate planning attorneys who can help you establish an estate plan that includes the anticipation and arrangement of assets both during your life and after your death. We work to minimize gift, estate, and income tax and can customize a plan that works for you and meets your needs.
We handle probate matters both formal and informal and can transfer wealth to your heirs in a tax-efficient manner, protect your family and business, and carry out your charitable wishes. In addition, we can create an insurance plan that helps you minimize tax liability and protect your loved ones. We can also integrate an insurance strategy into your estate plan to help preserve your assets.
We invite you to learn more by calling the Law Offices of Kimberly Powers at 262-786-7700 or by contacting us here.
The Power of Attorney is essential aspect of the estate planning process. It will help you determine who can act on your behalf medically and financially should you become unable to. Not having power of attorney in place can be frustrating and sometimes it can even be fatal. We can help you set up your medical and financial power of attorney. Give the Law Offices of Kimberly Powers a call today at 262-786-7700 or contact us here.
Probate or estate administration is a court-managed process that involves the distribution of a person’s assets when they pass. We can handle all legal aspects of the probate process to ensure all tax and legal matters involving the estate are taken care of, and that the assets are properly distributed.
If the decedent has a living will, the probate process may be avoided altogether and the assets can be redistributed in accordance with their wishes. We can help you set up a living trust so that your estate can be distributed as you choose.
If you are in need of probate help or would like to discuss setting up a living trust, call the Law Offices of Kimberly Powers at 262-786-7700 or contact us here.
If you have a reason to believe the will or the plan features are fraudulent or were created not reflecting the intent or free will of an individual, or there has been a finding by a medical doctor regarding incapacitation, we can help determine the possible steps to take to pursue a legal remedy.
There are several possible grounds for challenging a will or trust. These can include:
If you are considering contesting a will or other estate planning documents, call the Law Offices of Kimberly Powers at 262-786-7700 or contact us here.
We specialize in areas related to the aging population. In addition to estate planning, we can advise regarding Medicare, Medicaid disability long-term care, conservatorship, and more.
If you are looking for legal guidance in any area pertaining to elder law, call the Law Offices of Kimberly Powers at 262-786-7700 or contact us here.
Inheritance disputes may arise in many different ways. Sometimes will provisions, other estate planning instruments errors, or problems with beneficiary designations cause disputes. If there’s a reason to believe there was fraud in the planning documents or undue influence regarding the existence of mental capacity of the individual making them, there may be legal remedies available.
If you have an inheritance concern dispute, call the Law Offices of Kimberly Powers at 262-786-7700 or contact us here.
Since the cost of long-term care is very high, many people over the age of 65 may need some sort of long-term care at some point. Medicare planning is just part of the long-term care planning process. Many people should consider some long-term care planning when they are designing an estate plan to meet their future needs.
If you are considering a long-term care plan, call the Law Offices of Kimberly Powers at 262-786-7700 or contact us here.
Special-needs planning is part of an estate plan whereby parents of a child or children with disabilities can leave funding with benefits without causing them to lose their important health benefits.
If you need to establish a special needs plan, call the Law Offices of Kimberly Powers at 262-786-7700 or contact us here.
We can help you establish a trust that ensures your wishes for your estate both comply with the law and are carried out smoothly and without complications. We can help establish your trustee and beneficiaries, and put a plan in place that has you maintain control of your property for the duration of your life, provides for you, your spouse, children, and grandchildren if you become disabled, avoids probate, all while minimizing estate taxes, court costs, and legal fees.
If you are considering establishing a trust, we invite you to give the Law Offices of Kimberly Powers a call at 262-786-7700 or contact us here.
The laws concerning Medicaid can change often, so it’s important that you are up to date when making decisions about your Medicaid planning. The right knowledge and right plan in place can save you money, preserve your assets, and can result in better care.
If you are considering Medicaid planning, we invite you to give the Law Offices of Kimberly Powers a call at 262-786-7700 or contact us here.
With establishing legal guardianship, a court-appointed guardian cares for someone who can no longer able to care for himself or herself. Establishing Guardianship in Wisconsin can be complex, as Wisconsin is not a “Next of Kin” state. If you are looking to seek Guardianship, we invite you to call the Law Offices of Kimberly Powers at 262-786-7700 or contact us here to set up a time to discuss your case.
With the right asset protection plan in place, you are able to legally preserve your assets as much as possible from estate taxes and other costs, which allows you to bequeath more of your estate to your loved ones through an established will or trust.
We invite you to give the Law Offices of Kimberly Powers a call at 262-786-7700 or contact us here to set up a time to discuss and establish an asset protection strategy that legally preserves your wealth.
PO Box 447
Brookfield, WI. 53008
647 Main St., Ste. 700
Lake Geneva, WI. 53147
N19W24200 Riverwood Dr., Ste. 145
Waukesha, WI. 53188