Having your wishes honored after your passing is a matter that cannot be left to chance. A will is a legal document that establishes how your property and assets will be distributed following your death. Passing away without a will does not allow you any say in what happens with your property, nor does it give someone you trust the power to make those decisions. The best way to ensure that your loved ones receive what they deserve following your death, is to create a will with an attorney from Branfman Mayfield Bustarde Reichenthal, LLP.
A will not only allows you to provide instructions about your property following your death, it is also the only way for you to nominate a guardian to care for your minor children, if your spouse is deceased or if he/she should pass away before the children are of age. While you can draft your own will, working with an experienced attorney will ensure that your will is error-free and meets all state laws. Your attorney can also advise you on what items you can and cannot include in your will.
The best way to ensure that your loved ones will be cared for in your absence is to prepare your will with an experienced attorney. Contact us at Branfman Mayfield Bustarde Reichenthal, LLP to schedule your consultation and get the peace of mind you deserve.