Madison estate planning and estate administration law firm

Nennig Law Offices, LLC is a boutique law firm that assists clients throughout Madison, Wisconsin with Estate Planning, Probate & Trust Administration, Powers of Attorney, and Planning for Children, Special Needs, and Guardianships.

What we do

Our goal and top priority is to give you peace of mind. Through a caring and thoughtful approach, we help families stop procrastinating and start taking action. We listen to each client’s concerns and help clients plan for life, deal with death, preserve wealth, and protect inheritances. Our clients engage us when planning for the two most important aspects of their lives: Everything they own and everyone they love.

What makes us the right law firm for you

Nennig Law Offices, LLC is equipped with cutting-edge research, analysis, document preparation and technology tools. We create and administer highly customized plans that reflect each clients’ unique situations, goals and wishes. We routinely represent clients in the creation of Wills and Trusts; Incapacity Planning including the creation of Durable Powers of Attorney and Health Care Directives; Special Needs Trusts; Probate and Estate Administration; Trust Administration; and contested and uncontested adult Guardianship matters.

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We offer flexible scheduling

For client convenience, we offer flexible scheduling including evening and weekend appointments upon request. Home, hospital, assisted care, and nursing home consultations are also available.

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Blog Posts
Using Beneficiary/Transfer-on-Death Deeds
March 15 | Planning
What Is a Transfer-on-Death Deed?If you own real property, such as a home, in your sole name but you have not created a trust and transferred your property’s title to the trust, it is virtually guaranteed that...
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How to Protect Yourself from Claims of Self-Dealing When Serving as a Trustee
March 14 | Trustee
What Is Self-Dealing in Trust Administration?A trustee usually has quite a bit of discretion in their management of a trust’s accounts, money, and property (known as assets). At the same time, as a fiduciary, a trustee also...
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What to Know about Nonfungible Tokens
March 11 | Digital Estate Planning
A nonfungible token (NFT) is a unique digital code that represents a digital item such as art or music, as well as a growing number of physical items, that runs on the blockchain (a secure, decentralized, and cryptography-backed...
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We would love to assist you with your estate planning needs. Please contact our Madison, Wisconsin estate planning law firm at 608.661.4333 or bnennig@protectingfamilies.net to set up an appointment for a consultation.

6418 Normandy Lane, Suite 225
Madison, WI 53719