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Putting a will in place gives peace of mind

Putting a will in place can give you the peace of mind that comes from knowing that you have done your best for your family or for a charity that you want to gift when you are no longer here. If you don't put a will in place, your assets and property go into probate. This can take years to straighten out. Is this what you want to happen? Of course not! You want your heirs to know that they don't have anything to worry about.

The law firm of Weinstein & Randisi has the background that will allow you to ask hard questions and get answers and guidance through the estate planning process. There are many aspects to drafting and maybe modifying your will. You need someone to guide you through this process.

A will is often referred to as a last will and testament. It is a legal document that, if done correctly, tells the court how you see your property and financial assets being distributed once you have passed on. It can be as detailed or as simple as you want it to be. We can help you to put just enough detail in it to ensure that your wishes are enacted.

Many people believe that a will isn't important because they don't have much property or assets to speak of. Actually, things as simple as family china, an heirloom such as grandma's quilt and even your car can be so important to those you leave behind. We can help you have the peace of mind that's so important that your wishes will be carried out.

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  • I wanted to write to say how pleased my wife and I were at your professional handling of our estate planning and preparation of new wills. We were put at ease by your visit to our home for an interview and were pleased that you listened to us and captured the things that we felt were important.

    --Robert and Christine Simonson, Fairport
  • In order to finalize the documents we came to your office and were greeted in a very professional manner and we could not have asked for finer service. We left with copies of everything we needed and feel very confident our needs have been met. Thanks again. We will surely recommend you should the opportunity arise.

    — Christine and Robert Simonson, Fairport
  • I have been working with Weinstein & Randisi for about two years now. Elizabeth Randisi, through a very thorough process, has helped my wife and me determine what is really important in our lives. Thus, we were able to draft a living will that reflected our most important values regarding our estate.

    --David and Ajia Cherry, Fairport
  • I would like to give a testimony for Elizabeth Randisi, an estate attorney with Weinstein & Randisi. Her knowledge of wills and estate planning was clearly demonstrated in her presentation to us. Realizing our need for a will, my husband and I went to see Elizabeth.

    --Kathy and Gary Gray, Webster
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    --Ajia and David Cherry, Fairport
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