Ensuring That Your Assets and Possessions Are Distributed According to Your Wishes
A will is designed to allow you to designate who you want to inherit what. Many people don’t consider a will important unless they feel they have a significant number of assets. However, when a person dies, his or her family members tend to become very emotional and fights can ensue over simple things like mom’s favorite pie plate or dad’s pocket watch. Taking the time to designate who receives these things in your will can save your family a lot of time and heartache.
At Dwire Law Offices, P.A., in Lakeville, Minnesota, our lawyer has extensive experience in writing simple wills and planning estates for individuals. We know the legalities that must be covered to make a will stand up in probate court, and we can help you work through any potential issues regarding your family dynamics so you can anticipate them and prevent something seemingly small from causing a rift in your family after your passing.
Apple Valley Lawyer Handling Will Formation
Having a will may seem like a very simple thing. However, if it is not drafted properly, it can be contested or dismissed, throwing your heirs into chaos. You owe it to your family to consult with an attorney regarding your will. We will sit down with you to evaluate your financial situation so you can determine how you want your assets and property to be distributed. If you have young children, you can also designate a guardian for them in the event of your demise.
Wills need to be updated throughout your life as your circumstances and assets change over time. Whether you are having your first will drafted or you need your will updated, we can help you make life easier on your family after your passing.
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To discuss your estate planning issue with attorney Todd Dwire, please contact us at 952-232-0179 or 866-442-9693.