Scott Law Firm

Our location:

679 Bluff Street
Dubuque, IA 52001

Call Us!

(563) 213-2954

E-Mail

stephenwscott@gmail.com

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Stephen W. Scott



  • Representing clients in Dubuque and the surrounding area since 1973.
  • Undergraduate degree: BA from University of Iowa 1970
  • Legal education: Juris Doctor from University of Iowa 1973, with distinction

  • Practice Areas

    Scott Law Firm provides a general practice of law including but not limited to:

    Estate Planning

    Offering experience, guidance, and advice on a wide variety of issues related to estate planning:

  • Wills
  • Trusts
  • Power of Attorney
  • Healthcare Powers of Attorney
  • Avoiding Probate

  • Elder Law

    Guidance and advice on dealing with issues of senior citizens and their families.

  • Physical and/or Mental Incapacity
  • Medicaid / Title 19 and Nursing Home Planning
  • Financial and Healthcare Powers of Attorney
  • Guardianships and Conservatorships
  • Miller Trusts

  • Real Estate

    Services for persons buying, selling, and refinancing their home or other properties.

  • Abstract Examination
  • Selling Your Home on Your Own
  • Preparation of Purchase Agreements
  • Preparation of Deeds and Closing Documents

  • Power of Attorney

    Legal services to allow others to act on your behalf.

  • Financial power of attorney
  • Limited / Specialized powers of attorney
  • Standby financial power of attorney in case of incapacity
  • Healthcare power of attorney / living will

  • Wills and Trusts

  • Planning for the care of minor children
  • Planning for beneficiaries with special needs
  • Transferring assets to trusts
  • Delaying benefits for certain heirs and children

  • Probate

  • Admission of wills to probate
  • Representing executors or administrators
  • Representing heirs and beneficiaries

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