A will is the best way to ensure your legacy and final wishes are carried out. By having a will, your loved ones, charities and whomever you cherish the most, receive the benefit of your estate. As each family is unique, there are many ways a will may be tailored to fit your particular needs.
Some clients inquire about the benefits of “do-it-yourself” wills. While their simplicity may be appealing, they often lack the necessary depth to lay out all of your options. When you buy a DIY estate planning, you get what you pay for, and are limited without appropriate legal advice.
Once you have your estate planning documents, it is important to review them on a regular basis and match your present circumstances. For example, if you have children or separate from your spouse, you may wish to revise your will or other estate planning documents.
I have been practicing for 13 years and helped hundreds of clients with their estate planning needs. Contact our office today for a free call on how we can assist with your estate planning needs.