Wills Are An Essential Part of the Estate Planning Process
As you begin the process of getting the affairs of your estate in your order, the importance of a will cannot be overstated enough. No matter your age, a will protects your financial assets and ensures that those you care about most are protected in the event of your death, either expected or unexpected. Yes, it is not a pleasant topic to talk about it, but one that warrants your consideration nevertheless. Loveleen Dhaliwal, attorney at law, is please to offer legal assistance in the drafting of a will at any point during the estate planning process.
The Function of a Will
A will serves numerous functions, the primary of which is to offer an assurance that matters of your estate will be executed as per your wishes. Many people focus on the financial components of an estate when drafting a will, but it goes beyond that. Assets can be distributed, as can custodial rights, trusts, and a host of other life decisions that you want to have passed along after your death. Without this document, government agencies could be left to disseminate the remainder of your estate, causing those you left behind to wait in aguish while a court decides what to do.
You can work at drafting a document that provides you with the peace of mind you need to know that everything you worked so hard to accumulate in this life will be left to those people and organizations that mean the most to you.
If you are ready to have a will drafted as part of your estate, contact our office for a consultation today. We can represent you throughout the writing and execution of the will, ensuring that your wishes are carried out when the time comes.