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Estate Planning Attorneys in Kenai 

When it comes to estate planning, Gilman & Pevehouse genuinely values your decision to plan for the future. Our estate planning attorneys assist clients on the Kenai Peninsula and greater Southcentral Alaska region make decisions concerning the future of their possessions, even when their situations are complicated.

For an Estate Planning Consultation, Contact Gilman & Pevehouse Today (907) 283-2600!

Whether you need detailed estate planning or an urgent Last Will and Testament preparation, we take the time necessary to discuss all available options and outline a plan according to your needs.  Our licensed attorneys can help protect your assets and avoid unnecessary cost and confusion for family members upon your demise.

Protect Your Assets with Estate Planning

At Gilman & Pevehouse, we work with our clients to develop comprehensive asset protection and estate planning solutions.  Our extensive and detailed client interviews ensure that you’re making the best arrangements for the future of your estate and family that minimizes the probability of conflict or confusion. 

 

As experienced estate planning attorneys in Kenai, we  provide a wide spectrum of asset management guidance and services for you and your loved ones such as:

‘End of Life’ planning isn’t always easy, but with a solid estate plan in place…shared memories with your family will be well-preserved.  Gilman & Pevehouse also has extensive experience in the following areas:

Trusts

Gilman & Pevehouse drafts a trust that best suits each client’s needs. Examples include ‘Living Trusts,’ also known as ‘Revocable Trusts,’ which are common in estate planning because they can be used to determine who receives your property upon your demise. It may also assist in avoiding the costs and hassles of probate. Alternatively, a ‘Testamentary Trust’ is a trust created by a will and becomes effective at death. A will sets out the beneficiaries of the trust and instructions for your Trustee to follow in managing the property. Gilman & Pevehouse also offers a wide variety of specialized trusts such as irrevocable trusts, disability trusts, and Miller trusts.

Wills

A ‘Last Will and Testament’ from Gilman & Pevehouse provides directives upon your demise and can be as complex or simple as your circumstances require.  From designating charitable beneficiaries, establishing trusts, to distributing precious belongings to family members and friends, a will helps to ensure final wishes are carried out after death.

 

To schedule a consultation with an estate planning attorney,
contact Gilman & Pevehouse today at (907) 283-2600

Gilman & Pevehouse's estate planning practice serves all Kenai Peninsula communities, including Kenai,
Soldotna, Nikiski, Sterling, Homer, Seward, Anchor Point, and Ninilchik.