Why Do I Need an Attorney for my Wills?

Even if you have a Will, an attorney can ensure that your assets are divided up how you want them to be divided up. A Will merely designates where something goes, whereas an attorney does the work necessary to ensure that an asset goes where you designate it. Your Will is not binding law and how closely it is followed is impacted by different factors. Attorneys are can make planning your estate a simple process for you and protect your loved ones. It is imperative that you retain an expert to ensure your estate is handled in accordance with your wishes.

Careful planning is an essential and often neglected part of end of life planning and can be costly when done improperly or not at all. In order to ensure the best possible outcomes for your loved ones hire an attorney. Call Colleen A. White at (904) 242-8828 to schedule your estate planning consultation.



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