Since 1995, Gosselin Law, P.C. has been practicing law and helping clients who need legal assistance with real estate and probate cases. Our attorney graduated from Chicago-Kent College of Law and has an MBA from Illinois Institute of Technology. Whether you're having real estate disputes, need help with estate planning, or need a probate lawyer, our attorney can provide you with reasonable assistance. Call us today to get a consultation and to see how we can help.
Areas of Practice
Gosselin Law, P.C. has three primary practices of service in the legal world. These include real estate law, estate planning, and probate law. Each case we receive is handled in accordance with the law so that you do not have to handle complicated matters alone.
Real Estate Law
If you need help buying, using, or selling land, our attorney can help you make the proper decisions needed to do it legally. This type of law recognizes three different types of property: personal property, intangible property, and real estate land. Since real estate law is tied so closely with many other areas of law, the sale of any real estate or personal property requires written contracts. We help you manage these contracts for your safety.
Estate planning is how we prepare to manage an individual's asset base in the event of their death. It includes the gift of assets and identification of heirs and how to settle estate taxes. We handle estate plans to help people succeed for the rest of their lives at Gosselin Law, P.C..
Probate Law is where our attorneys prove in court that a deceased person's will is valid. We help to identify the person's property and facilitate the transfer of assets as set in the will. We can also help with issues arising in regards to who will pay the deceased's debts and taxes, as well as deciding who is responsible for their remaining property. This process can involve paperwork and multiple court hearings.
Gosselin Law, P.C. is at 133 S Batavia Ave in Batavia, IL. If you need to contact us about a case relevant to our practice areas, then please call (630) 879-1560 or leave a message at the form at the bottom of this page. An attorney will reach out shortly.