Iowa Trust Attorneys | Will Lawyers, Iowa

Iowa Trust Attorneys | Will Lawyers, Iowa

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201 W. 2nd St., Ste. 400A Davenport, IA 52801

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Hours: 9 am - 7 pm Monday - Friday 11 am - 3pm Saturday 11 am - 2 pm Sunday

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Why You Should Review Your Iowa Estate Plan Now

Wills and trusts are in place to protect your assets in the case that something happens to you. Especially in light of the coronavirus pandemic, it's very important to create and review your estate plan with all the rapid changes and current health concerns. Our Iowa will and trust attorneys advise everyone, regardless of the pandemic, to review their wills in the event that something were to happen. In this article, we outline the process for creating and adjusting your will to ensure that all of your assets are protected under any circumstance.

In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, our Iowa will and trust lawyers discuss why you should review your Iowa estate plan.

How Wills and Trusts Factor into Iowa Probate

The probate process is intricate, as one can expect. Probate involves settling an estate of a deceased individual in the event that they do not have an established will already in place. Our Iowa will and trust attorneys discuss what happens in a probate case and what you need to be aware of during one. They address the following questions:

  • What is probate?
  • What is the purpose of probate in Iowa?
  • Are all assets subject to probate in Iowa?
  • Do I need an attorney for a probate case in Iowa?
  • When is probate necessary in Iowa?
  • The probate process in Iowa

Read more about the Iowa probate process from our Iowa will and trust lawyers.

Here, our specialists in Iowa will and trust law look at how these key planning steps are involved in probate matters.

Recent Changes to Iowa Probate & Estate Laws

As of 2020, Iowa probate and estate laws have been modified. Current probate laws are in place for a formal court to proceed on distributing an estate in the instance that there is no will. Iowa legislature has made changes that pertain to small estates, changes to probate fees, and guardian or conservator requests. To know if these changes affect your estate plan, read the following article by our Iowa will and trust specialists at O'Flaherty Law.


Here, our specialists in Iowa will and trust law look at how these key planning steps are involved in probate matters.

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