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Will Drafting

Drafting an Indian will is incredibly important due to the American Indian Probate Reform Act. By drafting an Indian will with CILS, our attorneys will offer advice and counsel for how to pass assets to beneficiaries subject to AIPRA, assets subject to probate law under federal, tribal, state jurisdiction a review necessary title statuses of trust assets held in trust by the US government. An Indian will drafted by CILS will be properly executed with all necessary estate planning documents and finalized by a notary.

Estate Planning

For those looking at estate planning services to include assets not included in an Indian will, CILS provides helpful referral information to other estate planning professionals. To find a suitable referral, please contact one of our field offices.


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