Waterloo Estate Planning Attorneys

Protecting Your Interests & the People You Love In Iowa City & Throughout Iowa

At Ball, Kirk & Holm, P.C., we help create estate plans that protect your interests and the people you love. With proper estate planning, you can achieve peace of mind knowing that your loved ones will be taken care of and that they will not be burdened by unguided or difficult decisions, by the probate process, or by disputes between beneficiaries.

Our estate planning attorneys in Waterloo can assist you with a wide variety of legal needs, from drafting simple wills to creating completely comprehensive, custom estate plans. We know that every situation is different, which is why we work directly with our clients to find solutions that meet their unique concerns and goals. The first step in protecting your interests, your future, and your family is meeting with one of our attorneys to discuss your various options.

Give us a call at (319) 220-0416 or submit an online contact form to request a free, no-obligation consultation with our estate planning lawyers in Waterloo today. Available 24/7! We are based in Waterloo & Iowa City but serve the whole state.

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Our Estate Planning Services

At our firm, we provide a wide range of estate planning services. We draft trusts and wills, as well as designate beneficiaries for life insurance or other assets. We also handle powers of attorney, guardianships, and healthcare directives/living wills.

Sometimes estate planning goes beyond the need for a simple will. We also have the resources to handle more complex matters, like estate planning for family farms and other small businesses, where taxation issues may be a special concern.

In addition to helping individuals create estate plans, we also assist clients in navigating the Iowa probate process. Probate is the formal process of distributing an estate following the death of an individual. In Iowa, probate may occur either with or without the existence of a will; other factors—such as the size of the estate, the type of assets, how assets were owned, and whether or not there are any claims against the estate—play a role in whether or not probate is required.

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