Proper planning for your children’s future, and for those charities that you are involved in, is important to most of us. It can be confusing because you want to do it correctly so that if there is an issue, it can be easily solved and the right people will receive what you want them to receive when you are not here anymore. A will can be one of the tools that you use in estate planning that provides a broad spectrum of your desires and wishes. A will, simply stated, lets the court know what you want to happen to your assets and property when you pass away.
One of the attorneys at Weinstein & Randisi Law Office can assist you because we are willing to spend as much time as needed to get it just the way you want it. We begin with a meeting to understand what you want to do. Most people don’t see the need for a will because they aren’t wealthy. Do you own a home? It can be tied up in probate for years if you don’t tell your heirs what is to happen to it upon your death. Just because you don’t have huge amounts of assets doesn’t mean that you don’t need a will.
What are your goals? What do you want to happen when you are gone? These are the questions that you need to ask yourself and discuss with your attorney so that he or she can help you plan for the future. Drafting a comprehensive will that addresses your current needs and future desires is what you can expect from Weinstein & Randisi.
We will take the necessary time to draft a document that will be effective and will explain the probate process so that you understand what will happen. Your will can be personalized and will explain to the court what you want to happen. The judge will ensure, based on your will, these things take place.