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Make sure your estate goes where you want

It is essential that you have all of your wills, living wills, and estate matters in writing before anything happens to you. The Illinois Inheritance Tax ensures that all of your belongings will go where you want them to if you become incapacitated. Without this information, the state steps in and makes the decision for you.

• Irrevocable trusts

• Children's trusts

• Special needs trusts

• Advance directives

• Power of attorney

Enjoy personal attention in these areas:

Accidents happen, and you may become physically or mentally unable to make your own decisions. In the event that this takes place, be sure that you have a power of attorney appointed for both health care decisions and for your property or charitable giving. Rely on over 30 years of experience to help you understand this overwhelming process.


Powers of Attorney for Health Care, HIPAA Declarations,

Living Wills – appointing a person to make health choices and decisions for the physically or mentally incapacitated.  If you wish, specific medical concerns can be addressed in advance.


Powers of attorney for Property, Charitable giving - protecting your assets and making sure that you have a plan in place that outlines your desires. This access is given to someone to carry out those wishes.

Have a plan in place

The Law Firm of Neil S. Zweiban Chartered is here to make sure you have all of your affairs in order before it's too late.

Call now to schedule a consultation with our knowledgeable attorney.


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