Carol A. Nolan, Attorney at Law

Carol A. Nolan, Attorney at Law

Carol A. Nolan, Attorney at Law assists clients with estate planning, elder law, wills and trusts, and probate matters in Wheaton, Illinois. Call 630-668-6600 to arrange an consultation.

Firm Overview

Elder law and estate planning attorney Carol A. Nolan assists seniors and their loved ones prepare for the future. Our practice areas relate to state or federal elder law protections or issues. At our law firm, we work with clients in a personalized manner on every aspect of Medicaid applications, wills, trusts, or guardianship documents.
Carol A. Nolan established her Wheaton law firm to assist clients with estate planning, probate administration, disability issues, and Medicaid matters such as:
Elder Law
Estate Planning
Will Contests
Powers of Attorney
Probate and Estate Administration
Children's Trusts/Special Needs Trusts
Third-Party Special Needs Trusts
OBRA Special Needs Trusts
Revocable Living Trusts
Irrevocable Trusts
Medicaid Applications and Planning
Denied Medicaid Benefits
Disability Planning
Tax Planning
To prepare for the long-term healthcare needs of a spouse, parent, or disabled child contact an experienced elder law attorney. At Carol A. Nolan, Attorney at Law, clients receive important legal advice and planning services that provide for the elderly and disabled while protecting family assets. Call Carol Nolan at 630-668-6600 to arrange a consultation.

Main Office

Carol A. Nolan
1001 Warrenville Road
Suite 224
Lisle IL 60532


(630) 668-6600


(630) 510-0618

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Estate Planning

To create an estate plan that addresses your needs, call Carol A. Nolan, Attorney at Law today at 630-668-6600. Ms. Nolan helps seniors, disabled adults, young parents, and their families plan for all contingencies in DuPage County.

Estate planning documents must be highly individualized - each estate plan must be uniquely tailored to the circumstances of the person creating the plan. Ms. Nolan provides personal services for clients to allow her to effectively create these highly specialized estate plans.

For example, as an older person you may be concerned about protecting your assets if you need to enter a nursing home. Ms. Nolan frequently creates OBRA special needs trusts, which often allow individuals to qualify for Medicaid assistance regardless of their personal finances. As a parent of a disabled child, you may be concerned about protecting your child's future - a third-party special needs trust can provide funds for your disabled child without sacrificing eligibility for government benefits.

Ms. Nolan also prepares more basic estate planning documents, such as wills, living wills, powers of attorney for healthcare and finances, and revocable living trusts. Each of these documents provides guidance for asset distribution and health care concerns in the event that you become unable to make your wishes clear.

To develop an estate plan that addresses your family's current and future needs, please contact the firm today to arrange a consultation. At Carol Nolan, Attorney at Law, wills, trusts, and other estate documents are handled on a flat fee basis.

Carol Nolan

Carol A. Nolan, Attorney at Law

With over 20 years of experience in Illinois elder law issues, Carol Nolan provides valuable legal advice for seniors and their families. A skilled Wheaton estate attorney, Ms. Nolan's practice is devoted to the rights and legal options of elderly and disabled people in DuPage County and Chicago's western suburbs. Her Wheaton law office handles a wide range of financial, healthcare, and estate planning matters including Medicaid applications and planning, disability planning, Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), guardianships, wills, trusts, and probate administration.


Northern Illinois University
B.A., 1992

Northern Illinois University College of Law
J.D., 1995

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