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Estate Planning

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At Fowler & Kelly Law, L.L.P., we offer a number of planning tools to minimize the passing or incapacity of you or a loved one, and for the peace of mind of those making them and their family. If you are starting out as a new family with small children or ready to leave a legacy we can help. Pre-planning for a possible disability, retirement, or the future needs of a disabled child are also areas we can help. You could be facing the death of a family member. An experienced Omaha estate-planning lawyer can provide you with a number of ideas to address these real family challenges and design an estate plan to assist you with asset protection and help ensure your assets are distributed properly.


Estate planning with Fowler & Kelly Law, L.L.P. includes not only will and trust documents, but also the tools necessary for trusted family or friends to step up and make critical financial or medical decisions. There are many reasons for people of all ages to have a Durable Power of Attorney for Financial Affairs, a Power of Attorney for Health Care, and a Living Will. Without these necessary tools an estate plan may be left with gaps in time where friends and family are unable to act. An Omaha estate-planning attorney from will help you make sure that you are well prepared for these situations.


Attorney Brendan M. Kelly is passionate about supplying you with a plan that will provide stability, safety, dignity, and a legacy for you.


Practical advice: Fowler & Kelly Law, L.L.P. is a firm that specializes in providing practical advice and legal guidance to individuals, couples, families and business owners in many estate-planning matters in Omaha and surrounding areas. Our job is to give you professional personalized legal services for all our clients seeking advice on existing estate planning documents and clients needing new estate plans. We are happy to advise and assist you in making the right decision by explaining the purposes and benefits of the various estate planning tools.





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