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Henry Paul
Attorney at Law
Phone: (414) 771-0390 


These are just some of the questions we can answer TODAY! No Obligation Consultation. Call for an Appointment today! There are no foolish questions! The only way you can find out is to ask us.
  • Real Estate - Offers To Purchase, Landlord Evictions, Leases and Closings
    Do I need a lawyer when I purchase real estate? The offer to purchase is the most important document in the real estate transaction. It sets the tone for everything that occurs once acceptance is made, including, but not limited to, loan processing, terms of your mortgage/ financing, inspections, title insurance, including a gap endorsement, the closing, how title to the real estate is taken, the actual closing itself.
    Buying or selling your home, is the biggest single investment of your life.
    An attorney can review or help you prepare a contract to purchase or sell your home that protects you and is fair to all. The time to have an attorney do this type of work is before all parties have signed the contract. The contract sets the tone for all matters before, and up to the closing.
     
  • Estates - Probate, Trusts and Wills
    Has someone died? Do you really need a probate? Can the assets be transferred without probate? How can you avoid probate? These are a few of the questions you may be concerned about in planning for the transfer of your assets upon your death. Do you really need to do a formal probate when someone dies?  Avoid probate with TOD, POD, Joint ownership accounts/deeds.
    Death Taxes, Will there be any?  How can I avoid or minimize them.
    Do I need a Will?
     
  • Elder Law - Title XIX Planning, Estate planning
    Nursing home expenses and how to pay for it. What happens if I go to a nursing home? Will my spouse have to sell the house? Will I loose everything?
  • Power Of Attorney - Medical and Financial
    What happens if I am sick and become incapacitated? Do the courts become involved? How do I plan for end of life or serious sickness concerns? Use these documents to avoid guardianships and to allow a family member to carry out your wishes when you are unable to.

     
  • Landlords/Bad tenants - End the relationship with the proper notice or court action if necessary. Obtain information on screening prospects and leases. If you are a landlord: did you remember to properly account for the security deposit, if there is one, within 21 days of the tenant vacating?
     
  • Income Tax Preparation
    Prepare state and federal income tax returns. 2016 Income Tax Organizer (PDF)

     
These are just some of the questions we can answer TODAY! No Obligation Consultation. There are no foolish questions! The only way you can find out is to ask!

 

 


 

 
Henry Paul
Attorney at Law
Phone: (414) 771-0390