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Estate Planning Service With Compassion And Skill

As you look toward the future, you should consider what would happen if you passed away or lost your capacity unexpectedly. It is important to have an estate plan, including a will, in place if there is an emergency.

When you need to create a customized, legally solid estate plan, the McConkey-Greene Law Office, PLLC can help you. Our founding attorney, Rebecca McConkey-Greene, has been practicing law in northern Minnesota since 2014, and now has incorporated estate planning into our firm’s practice. For reliable, compassionate estate planning from a team that listens to your needs, come to us. We will walk you through every step of the process.

Some of the services we provide include:

  • Last wills and testaments
  • Trusts
  • Powers of attorney
  • Health care proxies
  • Health care directives
  • Estate administration
  • Probate
  • Will contests
  • Estate litigation

We understand that considering your end-of-life plans or handling your loved one’s end-of-life affairs is emotionally difficult. With us, you receive our compassion as well as our legal acumen.

Taking Away The Stress Of Administration And Probate

When someone passes away, it falls to the executor named in their will to handle estate administration. If someone dies intestate, or without a will, their assets must pass through probate. In some cases, even the estates of people who left wills must go through probate.

These complex processes are not easy for everyday individuals who also have careers and family lives to handle. Working with a lawyer can relieve the stress of the complex steps. We will attend to the legal details of estate administration and probate so you can cope with your grief and address your everyday affairs.

Discuss The Future Today

The sooner you address your estate planning, estate administration or probate concern, the sooner you can have peace of mind. Let our attorneys be the ones to help. To request a consultation, call our Duluth office at 218-585-3163 or send us an email.