Having a Last Will and Testament drawn up is something that many people shy away from, thinking that there will always be more time when they're older. This is a common mistake that can add pain and suffering to your already grieving loved ones. If you don't have a Last Will and Testament or other final plans (like a trust or estate plan), your estate will be entrusted to the state government. Rather than allowing your family and friends the freedom to follow through with your directives, your estate will be handled in the way the state sees fit.
Don't let fear or procrastination stop you from getting this essential documentation created. Age, race, economic status, gender - none of these things preclude you from the need to have an effective Last Will and Testament created. If you have any special circumstances or a substantial estate, the formation of a trust may be the most effective way for you to protect your interests. Call now to speak with one of our attorneys and get the assistance you need to protect the future for the ones you love.