Having a Will is important.

It ensures that your property goes to the people you care about, not to the state or to distant relatives. It reduces the risk of family turmoil, of fighting over assets, of guilt and stress that goes along with closing up an estate. It really is an important gift to your heirs and children and can help prevent the acrimony that the divvying of assets often creates.

In addition to a will, having a living will is also an important way to ensure you are treated how you desire to be treated when you can no longer speak for yourself. It also helps your family cope when you are on life support or otherwise incapacitated. It lets them know your wishes so that they do not have to bear the massive responsibility of guessing what you would have wanted. A durable power of attorney is a way to make sure your bills get paid and your responsibilities are managed if you cannot perform those tasks for a period of time.

These documents are really about creating certainty, which is invaluable during times of grief. Having an attorney is important to ensure that certainty as online will forms often do not account for specific situations, causing drawn out will contests and family squabbles. For a flat fee of $800 for a simple will, our attorneys will guide you through the rather complex and formalistic process of probate law, all the way up to the signing and witnessing of your will.

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