Everybody, young and old, should have a legal will. Having a lawyer prepare your will and powers of attorney greatly reduces the risks associated with self-prepared or store-bought wills. Lawyers are trained to draft these documents to avoid common pitfalls that may render a document invalid.
The last thing someone wants is for loved ones to be burdened with invalid documents or administering an estate without a will. A will allows you to appoint your Executor and beneficiaries, and allows you to direct the Executor to fulfill your wishes.
If you own a home, if you have children, or if you are separated from a former spouse, now is the time to think about drafting or updating your will. If you are recently married, it is important to know that wills are invalidated upon being wed.
Contact us today to discuss how Taggart Law can assist with your estate planning needs at an affordable flat rate.
Real Estate, Notary Services, Wills & Power of Attorney