Law Offices of Tedone and Morton, P.C.

Joliet Office


Plainfield Office


Joliet Wills & Trusts Attorneys

Joliet Will & Trusts Attorneys

Illinois Lawyers for Estate Planning Matters

Sometimes the last thing you want to do is think about is what will happen to your family if something happens to you. But creating a will is not a morbid exercise-it's a powerful way to protect your family and to show how much you care. And without a will, your family may face unnecessary expense and hassle at the worst possible time.-Attorney Barbara Morton

At the Law Offices of Tedone and Morton, P.C. in Plainfield, Illinois, we do more than simply advise in the creation of wills. We can help you create a comprehensive estate plan that provides for your family and helps you ensure that your wishes will be carried out.

  • We can help you draft a full range of documents to address your specific needs, including:
  • Wills and living wills (also known as advance medical directives)
  • Financial and health care powers of attorney
  • Trusts (revocable, irrevocable and special needs)

You are never too young to start thinking about the legacy you will leave your family and loved ones. Contact us today to schedule an initial consultation. We can explain all your options, from a simple will to a full estate plan. We can also help you efficiently change an existing will in situations like divorce, marriage or remarriage.

Probating a Will

We can guide executors and heirs in the probate of a will and administration of an estate. This is the process in which an estate is valued and the assets are used to pay off any remaining debt. The remaining assets are distributed by the executor in accordance with the will.

Probating a will can be complicated. There may be tax issues and financial filings that need to be made to the court. An experienced lawyer can help the process move as quickly and smoothly as possible.

Contact Us Today to Inquire About A Free Consultation

If you are an heir or executor of an estate and you need help to understand what comes next, we invite you to contact our Will County, Grundy County, and Kendall County office today to schedule an initial consultation with an experienced probate and estate administration lawyer.

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