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At Kenna Law Center, we focus on helping people solve problems. Our aim is to bring the law to your corner. We are dedicated to understanding what results you want and to helping you understand how to maneuver a slue of options with varying risks and rewards. We will work with you every step of the way to make sure that you understand the choices you are making and feel empowered to make them.
Every morning, our legal team has a meeting to discuss our cases. This means that no matter who you go with in our firm, the expertise of the whole team weighs in on your case.
Every family is as unique as the individuals it is made up of. We at Kenna Law Center, PLLC understand that it is these differences that make your family special and tailor our approach to your legal issue with this in mind. We offer our clients a caring and non-judgmental environment.
Family law is a broad area of law that impacts us in a fundamental way. This area of law includes:
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In family law, emotions tend to run high and we are always there to ensure that law and emotion are kept in balance. We work with families to create comprehensive and sustainable family plans when appropriate. When agreement is not feasible, help our clients navigate court procedures and hearings.
As parents ourselves, we understand the importance of keeping the best interest of minor children as a focal point in every step of the process. The welfare of your family is our number one priority.
If you own a home, have children, own a business, are married or divorced, young or elderly, you need an estate plan. Protecting your assets and financial preparedness are not concerns reserved strictly for the ultra wealthy. At Kenna Law Center, PLLC, we understand that every client's needs are different and we provide individual and thorough analysis of your particular circumstances. We weigh varying financial factors, family structure, and the rules of law that will impact your estate.
Estate Planning is more than just avoiding probate. With the help of an estate planning attorney, clients can provide for minor or disabled children in the occurrence of death or disability of a parent and provide creditor protection for beneficiaries of the estate. Planning can facilitate the transfer of real estate or a family keepsake. Business succession planning and the transfer of partnership interests can also be clearly laid out in a trust.
Our goal is to empower our clients with the tools to ensure that the fruit of their labor is there for future generations to harvest. At Kenna Law Center, PLLC we emphasize the use of the “Three P’s of Estate Planning” to create a plan you can trust.
A will is a document that disposes of your property when you die. That is, it tells your personal representative (we will talk about personal representatives below) what to do with your stuff.
No! A will names your personal representative, conservator, and or guardian. It can name the people or person you want to raise young children should you pass away. It can contain your funeral directions and provide for people who would normally not be entitled to your property at your death, like stepchildren.
· A Will does not tell the personal representative what to do with assets governed by beneficiary designation and specifically titled property. Theses assets are life insurance, retirement plans such as 401ks, retirement accounts such as IRAs, Property titled as joint property with rights of survivorship and employment death benefits.
· A will not prevent probate.
· A will usually works best in tandem with a comprehensive estate plan.
Yes you do. Everyone over the age of 18 needs a will.
Because stuff happens! We like to think that we’ll live on to the ripe old age of 99, but the truth is a lot of things can happen along the way. Wills don’t just plan for death, they enable your loved ones to access your property if you are injured and or disabled. A will also saves your family the trouble of trying to guess what your wishes are. In the wake of an injury or death, families and loved ones have a lot of unexpected emotional and financial issues to navigate. A will eliminates the guesswork and even some heartache by providing guidance.