Wills

Planning for one’s death might seem difficult, but the reality is a little forethought can help protect your family and their future.

Many people wrongfully assume that writing a will merely determines who will receive what assets in the event of your death, but the reality is that wills can be incredibly complicated. By partnering with an experienced estate planning lawyer at Hensley Krueger LLP, you can rest easy knowing your will is set up to protect your family’s best interests.

What Is Legally Considered A Will?

A will is a legal document by which a person expresses how they want their property to be distributed upon their death. A will also names an executor, the person who will manage the estate until the assets are distributed. In order for a will to be valid, it must be signed, dated, and witnessed by two other parties who will not benefit from the will.

Why Work With A Lawyer?

There are many things to consider when writing a will beyond the distribution of your belongings. If you are a parent, who will take guardianship of your child in the event of your death? Who will you entrust as the administrator of your affairs? Would you like to make philanthropic donation? What will happen to your business? There are many complex circumstances requiring an experienced attorney to help you plan for.

When working with Hensley Krueger LLP, our attorneys don’t just draft your will – we analyze your assets and determine the best plan of action to preserve your legacy. We develop strategies to plan for and circumvent costly estate taxes.

Plan For The Best

A well written will can do more than merely divide your assets, it can provide you peace of mind and protect your loved ones. Hensley Krueger LLP works with individuals everyday on protecting their families’ futures by drafting wills. If you would like to draft a will, want to make changes to a current will, or are interested in any other estate planning, the lawyers at Hensley Krueger LLP are here for you. Call us today to schedule an appointment.

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