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Estate Planning

Distribution and transfer of assets according to a will or a trust must be handled with care to avoid impairing the rights and interests of the beneficiaries. For more than 19 years, the attorneys at Lynn Boak, Attorney at Law, P.C. have worked with clients in Wyoming on their estate planning, wills, trusts, and probate needs, including probate litigation, estate and trust administration, and charitable gift planning.

Every trust involves a grantor, a trustee and a beneficiary or beneficiaries. Trust administration is a specialized area of practice and often involves complex considerations that may not be apparent to the trustee or to the trust beneficiaries. It is important that you seek the advice of a knowledgeable and skilled attorney on wills, trusts, and other testamentary instruments and estate plans. Unlike most other legal exercises, the testator cannot alter the terms of wills and trusts after the testator’s death, which is when they become effective. That makes it very important that the testamentary instruments embody the testator’s exact intent. Our seasoned wills and trusts lawyers have extensive experience with drafting legal documents that implement testators’ wishes precisely.

We also have extensive experience with estate litigation matters. When a testator’s will or trust is ambiguous or when beneficiaries dispute an estate scheme, the aggrieved parties come to us to help resolve the conflict. Contact us right away if you are a beneficiary and if you feel that the trustee has squandered trust assets, or if you are being treated unfairly in an estate distribution. Our attorneys provide effective counsel and advice and will aggressively represent your interests, whether at the settlement table or in court. Our firm also handles probate and will contests.

If you have a trust or estate question, contact our experienced attorneys today. Do not delay – timing is important in trusts and estates matters to ensure that your rights are protected.