Last Will and Testament Lawyer
Planning for the future, made easy.

While nobody wants to think about death, incapacity or disability, drafting a will is one of the most important steps you can take to protecting yourself and your loved ones. Devising a will not only puts you in charge of your assets, but it may also spare your loved ones of any confusion and delay associated with managing your estate upon your death.

Lifetime Legal is dedicated to helping clients draft and finalize a last will and testament that will hold up in court. We know devising a will may not be an easy step as it converts the concept of death into reality. But our compassionate legal team will work with you to make this process as easy as possible and make sure your wishes for your estate and family are carried out by legal documentation.

Drafting a Last Will and Testament

A will is a legal document that directs how and to whom your estate is to be distributed at your death. Any individual with assets should consider having a will, especially for parents of minor children.

Your will names beneficiaries who will receive your assets upon your death. You can leave your asset to individuals, such as your family members, spouse or friends, or to specific organizations, such as charities, foundation or educational institutions. But without a will, these specific requests may not be made as you wish and the court may make decisions that you would not have made otherwise.

If you are a parent of minor children, your may also nominate who will be responsible to care for your children until they reach the age of 18. If you do not have a will, or your will does not designate a caretaker upon your death, the court will have no choice but to make a decision without your input.

Although it may seem difficult to plan for events after your death, the peace of mind you will attain from drafting a proper will provides security for your loved ones, especially your minor children.

Contact an Experienced Last Will and Testament Attorney

Planning for the future does not need to be an overwhelming experience. At Lifetime Legal , we offer a wealth of free information and free estate planning consultation to suit your personal needs.

For more information or to schedule a complimentary consultation with an experienced last will and testament attorney who will approach your situation with compassion, please call 805.419.5290.

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