Estate planning is often a subject that is of concern and confusion to many individuals. Our goal at Segal & Segal L.L.C., is to hear your concerns and help guide you through the estate planning process. Our Huntsville, Alabama Estate Planning and Probate Attorneys consider it the highest honor to help you develop and utilize the proper estate planning tools that allow you to best care for you and your loved ones.
Probate and Estate Planning Attorney in Huntsville, Alabama
At the Law Offices Of Segal & Segal L.L.C., our Probate and Estate planning lawyers in Huntsville, Alabama, offer our clients compassionate, skilled, legal advice and representation. We are here to listen to your plans and concerns about the future. We understand the estate planning process and have a wide range of experience with different estates and Probate matters. We consider it an honor to hear our clients' stories and to help them carry on the legacy they have built. Call (256) 932-1295 today to set up a free consultation to discuss your case during a free and confidential consultation. We are proud to represent clients throughout the Huntsville-Decatur area, including Madison County, Morgan County, Marshall County, Limestone County and Jackson County. Our areas of Probate practice include, but are not limited to:
- Will drafting, execution and review
- Powers of Attorney
- Advanced Healthcare Directives (Living Wills)
- Guardianship and Conservatorship
- Name Changes
Law Offices Of Segal & Segal | Probate and Estate Attorneys in Madison County, Alabama
If you need an experienced Estate planning & Probate attorney in Huntsville, Alabama, then call (256) 932-1295 today for a free consultation to discuss the details of your case. We can help you today.
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