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Estate planning lawyers on the Kenai Peninsula

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The Soldotna estate planning attorneys at Dolifka & Associates have a combined 50 years of experience helping individuals and families with estate planning and related services. We help Alaskans outline the goals and objectives for their estate, evaluate their options, and implement plans that safeguard their legacy.

We offer planning and guidance related to estate distribution and tailor our recommendations to account for where clients are in life and the needs of those they love and care for. Individualized estate planning with Dolifka & Associates helps clients accomplish the goals for their estate with efficiency and the least possible delay and tax burden. We will help you avoid probate when appropriate and will plan for the provision of support to your children, spouse, or other heirs.

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    Here’s how we can help you

    Our top estate planning lawyers help with the following:

    Living wills & trusts

    Revocable & irrevocable trusts

    Power of attorney

    Modifications

    Asset protection

    Wealth preservation

    Will contests

    Probate

    Trust litigation

    Intestate succession

    Guardianships & conservatorships

    “We are fortunate to practice in a community where we have such deep roots. Helping our neighbors plan their legacies is an honor.”

    Frequently asked questions

    Have questions about planning your estate? Dolifka & Associates is here to help you. Call (907) 262-2910 today!

    Estate planning is the process of legally preparing for eventual death. During the estate planning process, you will work with your estate planning attorney to name the guardian of any minor children, decide who will make personal, medical and financial decisions for you if you are unable, direct distribution of your assets, give directions regarding the disposition of your remains, and more.
    When you reach legal adulthood, you become responsible for deciding what you want to happen upon incapacity or death. If you don’t have legal documents specifying the person who controls financial and healthcare for you or determining where your assets go, a court of law will make these decisions for you. The results may be contrary to your wishes.
    Probate is the legal process of distributing a deceased person’s estate. A judge determines the validity of a will, if it exists, grants authority to a legal representative of the estate (an executor if a valid will exists) and presides over the process of liquidation and distribution of assets.