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Flynn Law Office, PLC
Practicing Transactional Law In Iowa Since 2000

Keota Estate Planning Lawyer

Estate planning combines legal complexities with emotional and personal issues. While no one wants to think of their own death, proactive steps must be taken to provide surviving family members peace of mind and to help family members to continue active family businesses with a smooth transition.

Take Action Toward Proactive Estate Planning

The estate planning practice at Flynn Law Office, PLC, focuses on the following areas:

  • Wills — Many clients come to us questioning the need for a will. Our job is to educate them on the benefits, both for them and their family members. Without a will, grieving loved ones are denied the guidance they need in dividing assets. A will brings clarity and helps facilitate probate.
  • Health care powers of attorney — Equally proactive steps must be taken to establish a health care power of attorney. The document provides you with a say in your medical treatment should you become incapacitated. Your family members are spared the stress of interpreting your wishes during an already difficult time.
  • General (Financial) power of attorney — All clients are encouraged to consider designating someone to care for their financial affairs due to incapacity or for shorter periods of time when they may be traveling or otherwise unavailable. This document allows the trusted individuals to show evidence of your designation so that they may act on your behalf.
  • Trusts — Keota estate planning lawyer Scott Flynn establishes trusts based on the specific needs of clients and taking into account their best interests. Trusts can go a long way to minimize the challenges of what could become a contested estate division. He takes on all aspects of a complex process, from the initial establishment to issues that may arise in the future.
  • Guardianships and conservatorships — Sometimes it is necessary to have a guardian appointed by the court to care for a family member, whether due to age (minors) , or mental infirmity, or physical incapacity. In other instances a conservator may be appointed by the court to manage the assets of another. Our firm can assist in the initial establishment and ongoing reporting and management issues involved with guardianships and conservatorships in Iowa.

Don't leave your family with a figurative "blank page." Provide them with actual legal documents that designate beneficiaries and medical care should you become incapacitated. From young parents to the elderly, Iowa estate planning attorney Scott Flynn enjoys helping our clients through a challenging time.

Contact Flynn Law Office, PLC

Schedule a consultation by contacting Flynn Law Office, PLC, at 800-655-7165 or filling out our online intake form. We are open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., with evening and weekend consultations available by appointment. Home visits are available upon request.

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