Lawyers To Help Your Family Preserve Your Estate

What legacy will you leave your family? Do you really need a will if you intend to leave everything to your spouse and children, anyway? If you have a will, can you be certain it covers everything? Is a living trust the best option to save on taxes now, but provide for your family in the future?

These are just some of the questions people often ask themselves when they begin to take stock of their lives. Whether you are in your late twenties and just starting out with a new family; are middle-aged and facing a major change such as a divorce or remarriage; or are growing elderly and are realizing you will not be around forever, estate planning is a must.

Our Lawyers Offer Nearly Five Decades Of Combined Experience

At Wells & McKittrick, P.C., in Missoula, we understand the issues facing families and estates in western Montana. Farms, ranches, businesses and land holdings may all be part of the family's financial legacy worth protecting. But we also know that everyone benefits from a well-thought-out estate planning strategy, whether your estate includes generational wealth or simply a house on a neighborhood block.

Wells & McKittrick lawyers have been helping local families meet their estate planning needs for nearly 50 combined years of practice. We will listen to your concerns, review your circumstances and explain the various legal instruments available. Our goal is simple: We want you to have confidence that your legacy will remain part of your family; now and for generations to come.

The Right Estate Planning Strategy For Every Background

Our estate planning attorneys work with individuals and families from all backgrounds. We take care of our clients and their families during their lifetimes and after they are gone.

Let us explain your options for:

  • Wills, initial drafts, update revisions
  • Trusts, living trusts, revocable and irrevocable
  • Business, farm and ranch succession planning
  • Charitable giving
  • Elder law, Medicaid planning
  • Financial 'durable' powers of attorney
  • Medical powers of attorney
  • Living wills and advance directives
  • Anatomical gifts
  • Guardianships and conservatorships

Contact Us

Call our offices in Missoula at 406-552-0194 or send an email with a brief explanation of your need for estate planning services. We will schedule an opportunity to meet as soon as possible.