Wills & trusts lawyers on the Kenai Peninsula

Helping Alaskans make estate planning simple

The foundation of any estate plan, wills and trusts define how your assets can be used in the future. Dolifka & Associates provides comprehensive services related to the drafting and implementation of wills and trusts, helping Alaskans save money, time, and emotional distress down the road. Our wills and trusts lawyers draft these documents in alignment with the estate planning goals of our clients, ensuring that their assets are used in accordance with their wishes.

Working with a Kenai Peninsula wills and trusts lawyer to draft these important documents is one of the best gifts clients can give their loved ones. The last thing you want to do is leave your family without proper directives in place for your health, assets, and other aspects of your life.

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    Here’s how we can help you

    Our wills and trusts lawyers help with the following:


    Living wills


    Revocable living trusts

    Irrevocable trusts

    Special needs trusts

    Community property agreements

    “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 wills, trusts, or other esate planning topics? Dolifka & Associates is here to help you. Call (907) 262-2910 today!

    The basic purpose of a will is to specify where and to whom an individual’s assets will be bequeathed, and who will be appointed to carry out the testamentary intentions of the will.
    Our Soldotna estate planning attorneys can help you and your family with a multitude of legal services and issues that help preserve your assets for the people who matter most to you. A comprehensive estate plan can involve one or more of the following: Living wills & trusts, revocable & irrevocable trusts, power of attorney, modifications, asset protection, wealth preservation, will contests, and more.
    The process to make an estate plan is usually straightforward. Dolifka & Associates starts with an initial consultation where we will explore your goals and assets. From there, we will make recommendations specific to your situation and provide you with some options. Typically, within a few days to a week the documents will be drafted and ready for you to sign. The documents become legal once it has been signed.