New Hampshire Will Lawyers
Wills & Living Wills – Protect Your Legacy
What would happen in the event of your passing? Who would receive or inherit
your property? These are major concerns for people of all ages, leading
many Americans to draft a Last Will and Testament to guide their family
in distributing wealth after their deaths. A well-drafted will can help
avoid stress and complications between family members after your passing.
By creating an effective Last Will and Testament, you will have a final,
legal say, in what happens to your belongings.
Without a will, your property will be distributed according to the government-created
estate plan, known as intestacy, which may not be what you want.
Not just for the elderly!
Most people assume that obtaining a will is just for the elderly, but it
is important that every adult consider drafting a Last Will, especially
if they have children. In a will, you can determine who will be the guardian
of your child or children after your passing and how the estate will be
handled for their benefit and the benefit of your spouse and others. Even
if you do not have a family, it is important that you have a final will.
In your last will and testament, you can determine what will become of
your entire estate, including your bank accounts, vehicles, home and other assets.
Working with Shaheen & Gordon, P.A.
Are you interested in protecting your property? Want to make sure your
heirlooms find their way to responsible owners? Want to save your loved
ones the stress of sorting out your affairs after your death with no guidance
from you? You need a will! Attorneys at Shaheen & Gordon, P.A. can
work with you to prepare a will that carries out your wishes, from the
simplest to the most complex. After your last will is drafted, you can
work with our team of dedicated attorneys to ensure that your will stays
up to date. If you have never prepared a will, or you have become married,
divorced, or had children since last preparing a will, it is important
that you update your will to protect your rights and those of your loved ones.
If you are interested in speaking with an attorney about a will, call Shaheen
& Gordon, P.A. today and schedule a consultation with one of our lawyers.