Wills & Probate


Have you been putting off creating your will? We recognize that most people don’t enjoy creating a legal document to distribute their assets after their passing. But this is extremely important, and our attorneys can help guide you to make the process as quick and painless as possible.

Distribution of assets is also not the full extent of what a will can do. A will can appoint guardians for your dependents, execute testamentary trusts, and provide the knowledge that your family and loved ones will continue to be protected and provided for long after you’re no longer able to be there for them. You can also use a living will to put advance health care directives in place to instruct doctors and loved ones on how to handle any health events that result in your incapacitation. We can also help you amend your will to account for family and financial changes.

We know you realize the importance of preparing for your passing. The attorneys at Coy, Gilbert, Shepherd & Wilson understand as well and have the skill to make the creation or amending of your will as quick and painless a process as possible. Contact us for a free consultation.


When you’ve lost a loved one, emotions and grief can be overwhelming. At times like these the complex task of administering an estate can be the last thing you would want to deal with. The attorneys at Coy, Gilbert, Shepherd & Wilson can help ease this burden.

We can walk you through the various steps of this process. We handle all aspects of probate and estate administration including:

Inventory of the estate

Appraisals of property

Identification of heirs and beneficiaries

Debt pay-off

State and Federal tax returns

Distribution of assets and property

Any other aspect

If you need help administering the estate of a deceased loved one, contact Coy, Gilbert, Shepherd & Wilson today.

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