Chickasaw County, Iowa Probate Attorneys
General Practice — Personal Injury — Criminal Law — Family Law
The law firm of Kennedy & Kennedy has been around since 1939 when our father first opened the practice. Now brothers Mike Kennedy and Kevin Kennedy carry on the family tradition with their general law, personal injury, criminal law and family law practice based in New Hampton, Iowa.
We are a small town general practice law firm and proud of it. Our knowledge of legal issues in northeast Iowa is extensive because we have been living here our entire lives. We know the judges and the court system. More importantly, we share the same core values as the people we serve.
New Hampton Will and Trust Lawyers
At Kennedy & Kennedy we help our clients understand the need to draw up a will or trust so that their children and grandchildren understand their wishes.
As a large segment of our nation’s population ages, people are seeking more information about how to provide peace of mind to their family after they have passed away. Lawyers Mike Kennedy and Kevin Kennedy take the time to listen and explain elder laws while mentoring their clients about all the options. We are happy to answer concerns and provide insightful and intelligent information to our clients so that they can make decisions about their wills and trusts.
Call Chickasaw County, Iowa, Probate Lawyers
Do you know what laws need to be followed if a loved one passes away without a will? Most people will answer “no” to this question, so that’s where having an attorney with experience in probate law is invaluable.
Lawyers Mike Kennedy and Kevin Kennedy provide guidance to clients who find themselves responsible for the administration of a loved one’s property. We help get the probate process started by filing a petition to open the estate, then continue to guide our clients through the procedures of being named a personal representative, to get a Notice of Creditors and a Notice of Administration officially printed, paying debts, distributing the estate, filing a petition of discharge and closing the estate.
Contact us at 641-394-5173 or fill out the form on this website. Our office on East Main Street in New Hampton is open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Evening and weekend appointments are available upon request.