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Will Attorneys in Salina

What Happens without a Will in Kansas City & Surrounding Areas?

Passing away without a will means that your property would be distributed according to Kansas State law, which transfers property directly to the closest relatives in existence. Those given the highest priority are spouses and children. Grandchildren or parents are next in line to receive the property. If the court fails to track down viable living relatives, the state of Kansas will then claim your property.

The Role of Brown & Vogel, LLC

While wills are not legally required in Kansas, it is important to understand that without a will, the state will determine the distribution of your assets. Oftentimes, however, the default of the law does not align with the wishes of the deceased and leaves many details to the discretion of the state.

Our Salina will lawyers can prevent this, and we have years of experience with it.

  • Living wills
  • Estate taxes
  • Statutory wills
  • Contesting wills
  • Advance directives
  • Matters concerning beneficiaries

Let’s Get Started

A will provides many benefits, one of which is a peace of mind. If there was an option available that allowed you to have complete confidence that your assets would be handled according to your final wishes, why would you not make that happen? We prioritize what you prioritize and legally document it in your will. Whether through providing for loved ones, granting charitable gifts, or creating a trust for your spouse or children on your behalf, you can rely on Brown & Vogel, LLC.

For compassionate and experienced counsel, speak to a trusted Salina will lawyer now at (785) 859-4612.

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