Category: Probate court

Hire a Lawyer When You Write Your Will

The sum of a person’s personal belongings and money, whether tangible or not, is that person’s estate, and when that person passes on, the correct paperwork will ensure that a deceased person’s estate is handled correctly, responsibly, and most of all, in line with that person’s intentions. If a person had a poorly written or nonexistent will, their money and property can be dispersed in unfair or impractical ways, and family members may be unable to help, or in fact they may be part of the problem. The good news is that a trust attorney or a wills attorney can provide similar services for a person’s estate while the client is still alive, and making a living will and making your voice heard in regards to your money and property can be totally manageable. Asset distribution can be made clear, simple, and fair when a trust attorney is helping out.

The Stats of Wills

Not everyone draws up a will, although general wisdom holds that nearly anyone with worthwhile Read more ...