Greenhalgh Legal Services is the current incarnation of a law firm begun over 70 years ago in Baraboo, Wisconsin by Atty. Robert L. Greenhalgh. Today, Bob’s son, Atty. William F. Greenhalgh, carries on the firm’s traditions of honesty, integrity, and the highest quality legal services in its core practice areas of estate planning, estate administration, and elder law.
The firm is a member of WealthCounsel, the nation’s premier association of estate planning law firms, and is able to provide the very finest legal documents and services for all our estate planning clients. Depending on your needs, we produce wills, revocable living trusts, durable powers of attorney, living wills, health care power of attorneys, HIPPA authorization forms, and all forms of advanced estate planning such as charitable trusts, family limited partnerships, irrevocable life insurance trusts, special needs trusts, Medicaid income-only trusts, and more.
Once you become a client of Greenhalgh Legal Services, you are “one of the family,” and that’s how we treat you, with special client appreciation events throughout the year, free reviews of your estate plan, free newsletters and updates on important legal developments, free phone calls, and much more. Our goal is to not only take care of you for the rest of your days but also to foster a warm and rewarding continuing relationship with your entire family.
With regard to estate administration, whether it is a probate or trust administration, Greenhalgh Legal Services provides prompt, comprehensive services in settling your family’s estate. We have provided estate administration services throughout Southern Wisconsin for hundreds of families over the years, and many of them have been highly complimentary of the efficient service they received. We offer flexible billing arrangements for these services as we are very aware that oftentimes estate administration begins in a very chaotic and disorganized state such that cash is not always readily available. Not to worry, we have been through many such cases and can handle your family’s estate in a manner that will take away all the anxieties and concerns.
Another facet of our practice is elder law, or Medicaid planning. When you or a loved one require assistance in becoming qualified for Medicaid, Senior Care, or Family Care, our firm can provide a complete analysis of how you can qualify, the steps you need to take to make sure as much of your estate is preserved for you and your family. We can then take you through the process of applying for Medicaid related services, including the Fair Hearing appeals process, to be sure you receive all the benefits you are entitled to under the law.
Our firm has a long-standing tradition of free initial consultations on these topics so you do not feel any pressure in making that first appointment to discuss your needs with us. Until we know what we can do for you, there are no charges you need to be concerned with. For your free consultation, call us today at (608) 355-0907, or fill out the Contact Us information on this website, and we will call you!