Our experienced and dedicated Peoria estate planning attorneys are here to help you create an implement an estate plan tailored to your needs. We help you create the best estate plan for your situation. We have experience in all types of estate plans including wills, trusts, revocable and irrevocable trusts, special needs trusts, charitable trusts and are familiar in all manners of estate plan law to help your estate avoid probate
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In this video, Peoria contested estate attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses family settlement agreements and how they are used in Peoria probate litigation matters.
A family settlement agreement can be used to resolve ambiguities within a trust or will in order to avoid tension between family members and costly litigation. Our Peoria estate planning attorneys answer the questions, “what is a family settlement agreement in Peoria probate or trust cases?” and “what can family settlement agreements in probate or trust cases resolve?”.
In this video, Peoria probate litigation lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty discusses probate claims in Peoria.
The purpose of this article is to explain the Peoria probate claims process. We will discuss the deadline to file probate claims, how to file a probate claim, the process for litigating disputed claims, and priority of Peoria probate claims. For information about the probate process generally, check out our previous article: The Illinois Probate Process Explained.
In this video, Peoria probate litigation lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains no-contest clauses in Peoria wills and trusts.
In this article, we explain alternatives to probate in Peoria. We explain Illinois Small Estate Affidavits, summary administration of Peoria estates, and using a Bond in Lieu of Probate to administer an estate. Our Peoria estate administration attorneys discuss probate laws including: