Wills, Trusts, and Probate

Wills, Trusts, and Probates

Consulting an experienced lawyer to establish a Will or Living Trust is one of the most important things you can do to provide for the security of your family now, and to create a positive legacy for future generations.

Why Do You Need an Estate Planning Attorney?

Comprehensive Estate Plans include structured Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney for Finances and Powers of Attorney for Healthcare.  The plan should also consider the most current and relevant Trust and Probate Laws.

Sherer Law Offices offers sound legal advice and guidance for Estate Planning and our attorneys have the experience necessary to handle complex Probate issues.

Wills & Trusts

Because of our knowledge and experience in this area of the law, we can make recommendations regarding how to safeguard your legacy in things you may wish to protect or pass on to others including:

  • Land
  • Property
  • Home or Business
  • Heirlooms or Family Treasures
  • Cash
  • Stocks/Bonds


When Probate Administration proceedings are necessary, the legal team at Sherer Law Offices can assist clients in navigating the Probate process quickly and efficiently.  We can help with the management and distribution of assets and provide advisory support if disputes arise between Beneficiaries and Trustees of a Trust or Heirs and Executors of a Will.

The lawyers and legal professionals at Sherer Law Offices will help you develop effective strategies for keeping all your affairs in order.  We will also make sure your assets will be guarded from anyone who may try to take advantage of you if you should ever become unable to look after your own interests.

We encourage you to plan ahead.

Contact Sherer Law Offices today for a consultation.

Proudly serving clients in the following areas:

Madison County, IL – Edwardsville, Alton, Granite City, Collinsville
St. Clair County, IL – Belleville, Fairview Heights, O’Fallon
Macoupin County, IL – Carlinville, Brighton
Bond County, IL – Greenville
Montgomery County, IL – Hillsboro, Litchfield
Jersey County, IL – Jerseyville
Clinton County, IL – Carlyle
Fayette County, IL – Vandalia
Sangamon County, IL – Springfield
Monroe County, IL – Waterloo, Valmeyer, Hecker
Macon County, IL – Decatur, Macon, Maroa
Jackson County, IL –  Carbondale, Murphysboro, Ava

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