Estate Planning & Probate

Whether your need is immediate, or you would like to plan ahead

to ensure your family is protected, we will work with your best interests in mind.  During this time, you need a team with knowledge, experience, and compassion to be with you every step of the way.

Estate Planning

Estate Planning is more than just what happens to your possessions when you pass away.  It includes incapacity planning, planning for your significant other, disabled loved ones, minor children and pets.

It also addresses the planning of gifts to your favorite charity, business succession planning and other legacy planning.  It’s never too early to have an estate plan created or a business succession plan drafted. We would be happy to customize a plan that’s right for you and encompasses what’s important to you.


Business Succession Planning

Uzelac Law can assist you in putting together a business succession plan that enables you to successfully pass ownership of your closely-held business.

Each succession plan is specifically tailored to your particular desires, ensuring that you continue to exercise the level of control that is necessary to the future success of your business.

Our business succession planning attorneys can assist you in creating a succession plan which identifies and focuses upon customers and vendors, your employees and your exit strategy.

We have extensive experience and are eager to help you with your business succession plan whenever you are ready.



Probate is the Court process of settling a loved one’s estate, whether they have a Will or not.  If you are unsure what to do after a loved one passes away, you can turn to our compassionate attorneys.  There are many steps required to complete the probate process, which can be overwhelming and stressful if you try to tackle it on your own.

Our experienced probate attorneys are here to help guide you through the probate process and help you navigate through all the unknowns.

The information contained in this website is provided for informational purposes only, and should not be construed as legal advice on any matter.