Why Is A Will Important?
We often get caught up in the demands of everyday life and neglect to plan for the future. The attorneys at The Probate House L.C. are here to help you create a set of complete documents to effectively administer your assets. A crucial part of that plan is a will. A will outlines your estate administration requests and how they should be carried out.
A Will Is The Guide For Your Family
A will is a vital part of the guide that your family will need once you have passed. It can name the appropriate executor and beneficiaries of your estate and trusts. A will can also name a guardian for your children. Many find this to be an especially important part of the process because they have a certain family member in mind whom they wish to be the guardian.
It is crucial to receive assistance from an estate planning attorney during the will creation process. If a will is found to be invalid due to errors, then your estate will no longer be administered according to your wishes. Your savings, property and assets may not be distributed to your chosen beneficiaries.
Providing Personalized Attention To Your Matter
We will sit down with you to discuss your goals. We want to ensure that your estate is administered efficiently, properly, and economically in conformity with your desires. You may, after meeting with our attorneys, create a trust rather than a simple will to avoid probate. It is important to remember that a probate will be necessary if you have only a will, or have no will, and your assets total more than $150,000. Our experienced lawyers can help counsel you on how to divide assets among beneficiaries and whether a will or trust is the better option for you. The decision is yours alone, but we can provide advice when needed and requested by you.
Arrange An Appointment To Discuss Drafting Your Will
During your initial consultation, you will discuss your goals directly with an attorney. Contact our office today in Torrance, California, at 424-452-2375. You may also fill out our online contact form.