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Now Is The Time To Protect Your Loved Ones

Collins Law Firm, LLC helps families and businesses protect, build and efficiently pass their legacy on to the next generation. Schedule your appointment today to determine your family’s estate planning options.

Tosa Heroes

Collins Law is proud to present our new initiative, Wauwatosa Wills for Heroes.  If you work in public safety, click here to get more information about our specialized packages for heroes just like you.

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Collins Law specializes in working with business professionals just like you.

Trust and Probate Administration Service

Need help with a Revocable Trust, Pour-Over Will, Healthcare Power of Attorney, Financial Power of Attorney or Transfer Residence to Trust?  Collins Law is here for all your Trust Administration needs.

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Your Attorney and Partner in Building a Legacy

Collins Law Firm is a new kind of law firm for a changing world. Collins Law Firm is consistent, patient and professional, giving each case the attention it deserves. An integral part of its service is working closely with its clients so they can make the right decisions with respect to their estate planning and power of attorney needs.

Our loved ones are often the reason we work so hard. Collins Law Firm’s job is to help you make sure you and your loved ones are cared for if something happens to you and preserve the resources you have for their benefit.

Collins Law Firm works with financial planners, accountants, insurance companies and other professionals to figure out the best way to take care of your family based on your values. Collins Law Firm takes pride in our ability to find the right fit based clients’ values; ensure they understand the available options and are actively engaged in the process. Collins Law Firm focuses on clients’ personalities, goals and values to provide a tailored estate planning solution. 

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    How Do I Know if I Need a Will or a Trust?

    When it comes to estate planning, you may be aware of the terms “will” and “trust.” But unless you are in the estate planning business, you may not understand the differences between the two. While they are similar, there are significant elements that make each unique. Before establishing a will or a trust, you will want to know the ramifications of each for you and your family.  What is the...
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    Retirement Updates Amid COVID-19

    The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act provides aid for individuals and businesses in need. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has published information on the specific retirement provisions in Section 2202 of the act. See the link here.  The information from the IRS provides insight into which individuals may benefit from the additional aid that is available to individuals and businesses. It also details plans and accounts that...
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    Estate Planning Awareness Week – Things to Review

    Because estate planning is a comprehensive plan and not just a single document, it is important to regularly review all aspects of your plan, your finances, and your family’s needs. Things to Review Beneficiary Designations: The beneficiary designation form is crucial for assets such as life insurance and retirement accounts. Improper information on these documents could mean that the wrong person could end up with the asset. It is smart...
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What is Estate Planning?

Estate planning is the process of determining who will make decisions for you if you become disabled and efficiently transferring your assets to your beneficiaries while also protecting those assets. Usually, we use a will or trust as the main planning document. In addition to the main planning document, we use other documents like financial and healthcare powers of attorney to nominate someone to make decisions for you if you cannot make decisions on your own. We also use marital property agreements, living wills, and additional documents to address other potential issues. Estate planning can provide structure to money inherited by disabled or minor children to ensure the money is used properly after your death.

Why do I practice Estate Planning?

I practice estate planning, because I understand how hard people work to earn the money they make during their lives. I also know how important it is for them to preserve those assets. It is important for people to have the chance to enjoy what the world has to offer. By working in estate planning, I can help families and businesses protect their assets, so they enjoy the benefits of their hard work and preserve them for their loved ones.