Planning for your family’s future after your death can seem to be a daunting and expensive task but the costs of putting off making hard decisions early can be even more expensive. A number of potential problems can arise from not having a will to direct the division of your property after death. From creating arguments among family members to property being divided in a way that is contrary to your wishes, not having a will to direct the distribution of your assets can be a costly mistake. From simple wills to more complex estate plans for parents with children, our knowledgeable and experienced attorneys can help you bring order to your plans for the future and give you certainty that your wishes for your property are followed.
After the death of a loved one, the process of carrying out a loved one’s final wishes while in the midst of grief can be confusing, time consuming and costly. In order to insure that the loved one’s final wishes are carried out and their property is legally transferred, an estate will need to be set up. Failing to create an estate for a loved one who has passed can create problems with deeds to land and the title to personal property such as vehicles that will be expensive to fix years down the road. Whether your loved one died with or without a will, our attorneys can help make sure that your loved one’s wishes are carried out and that their property is legally transferred to prevent costly future problems.
For information on wills or estates or to speak to one of our attorneys about making a will or setting up an estate, please email or call (478) 745-7700.