Planning for the Future Can Be Simple with Berry Law Firm

Fear, discomfort, and denial are the most common reasons for people to put off visiting a lawyer about a will, but estate planning is an important element in taking care of your loved ones, whether you are just starting your family or you are ready to retire and divest business interests. While it may feel as though they can always be done later, it is always a good idea to have wills, powers, trusts, or other documents essential to your estate plan in place long before these items become necessary.

At Berry Law Firm, Nebraska Attorney Susan Napolitano is our lead estate planning attorney. She provides high quality, personalized, and cost-effective services in all aspects of estate planning, probate, and trust administration. Whether you need to appoint a power of attorney or are looking for the best long-term solution for transferring your wealth, real estate, or business interests with minimal tax and administrative expenses, Susan and her team use their years of experience in estate planning to customize a plan that meets your short and long term financial goals.

Our services include:

  • Durable powers of attorney
  • Wills
  • Revocable Trusts
  • Irrevocable Trusts
  • Gun Trusts
  • Farmland succession and business succession planning
  • Same-sex estate planning
  • Tax planning
  • Financial services and insurance
  • Small estate affidavits
  • Probate
  • Trust administration
  • Beneficiary or interested party representation

To schedule a consultation with our Will and Trust Attorneys, Dial (402) 817-6550 today.

The Importance of Competent and Candid Legal Counsel

The tax code is both complex and frequently changing, resulting in potential pitfalls for people looking to protect their assets. While some sectors of the financial industry use the obscurity of the law to encourage clients into one-size-fits-all documents, Berry Law Firm believes that solutions should be tailored to the individual’s needs and be optimized to work with current federal and state inheritance laws. An estate plan should be concise and designed to accommodate potential future changes in the law. Berry Law Firm’s estate lawyers work with your insurance professionals, financial advisors, and accountants to ensure proper protection of your individual portfolio.

When crafting your estate plan, our legal team takes every action to prevent disputes arising out of the administration of your estate. Legal claims involving entitlement to the proceeds of your estate can be expensive and can inflict further damage by creating lifelong rifts between heirs. Our Nebraska estate attorneys can identify potential conflicts and errors in estate planning that could lead to future headaches, allowing increased peace of mind.

Resolving Estate Disputes in Your Best Interest

Nebraska Estate Planning Attorney Susan Napolitano has a reputation for fiercely defending the interests of her clients while keeping an eye toward cost-efficient problem solving. She is an experienced litigator who has successfully resolved disputes over probate assets, trusts, and claims to the proceeds of financial accounts. When you need a tireless advocate to protect the hard-earned assets of a loved one in an estate dispute, call (402) 817-6550 to talk with Susan Napolitano at Berry Law Firm.

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