Planning For The Future With The Help Of Wills
A will is perhaps the best-known type of estate planning document. It enables you to name the people who will receive your assets after you are gone. If a person dies without a will in place, the estate must pass through probate and the property is distributed according to the line of succession as set forth by law. A will gives a person the ability to ensure that their final wishes will be honored and, in certain cases, may enable an estate administration that does not have to go through the sometimes lengthy probate process.
At the law firm of Bashian P.C., our attorneys have extensive experience helping people create comprehensive estate plans, including the creation of wills that are tailored to suit your needs. We can also help review and update your will if the circumstances of your life have changed.
We Handle All Types Of Estate Plans, From The Simple To The Complex
A will can be a straightforward document that simply lists your assets and the people who you wish to pass your assets on to, or it can be part of a complex estate plan, which may utilize other estate planning tools, such as trusts, to help address more wide-ranging needs. Our lawyers can help determine the right approach for your situation.
Personalized, Tailored Representation
There are numerous pre-printed wills available on the internet and from nonlawyers for a relatively low cost. However, everyone’s situation is different; a pre-printed form cannot take into account your specific needs or the needs of your family members. We provide the benefit of creating a will that is tailored to fit your situation, providing you with the peace of mind that comes with knowing your wishes will be respected.
Thinking About Your Family’s Future? Contact Us Today.
To learn more about the benefits of estate planning, schedule a consultation by calling us at 914-290-4550. You may also contact us online. We have office locations in White Plains, New York, and in Greenwich, Connecticut.
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