Cloquet Estate Planning and Probate Attorney

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At Port Wright Law Office, I build estate plans designed to serve the needs of clients throughout Duluth, Carlton, St. Louis County, Carlton County and the entire region. These needs often involve some of the most critical issues facing families today, issues including health care planning, financial management planning, homestead planning, and after-death issues.

I invite you to contact me to schedule an initial consultation, either by calling 218-451-4082 or by contacting me online. We can begin the process of discussing how my estate planning services can help you plan for your future.

Individually Responsive To Your Estate Planning and Probate Needs Now And In The Future

My practice is especially responsive to each client's individual circumstances. Because I take the time to listen to each client, I can offer estate planning services uniquely tailored to each client's particular estate planning goals.

I have spent years helping my clients understand all of the legal tools available to them in estate planning matters. These tools often include:

  • Wills
  • Probate
  • Powers of attorney
  • Health care directives
  • Transfer on death deeds
  • Quit claim deeds

By planning ahead, clients have made sure their financial and medical wishes have been followed. They have also been able to provide for loved ones.

Through effective, custom-made estate planning, I help clients make their wishes clear for the future. Doing so enables many families to avoid the unnecessary heartache often associated with legal instruments that are vague, poorly drafted or ill-considered. I look forward to helping you achieve this same goal for yourself and your own loved ones.

After a loved one passes away, it is important to sort out the assets and property for that person. If a will is in place, there is a clear direction for how property and debt should be addressed, but court involvement is often necessary. If there is no will in place, additional decisions and proposals to the court are required, including who should serve as the personal representative for the estate. The Port Wright Law Office can represent the personal representative to process the estate and resolve paying the bills and dividing the assets of the estate.

Contact our law firm today.