Having an estate plan will usually resolve family legal disputes after the time of your death. Through legally binding documents such as a Last Will and Testament, Revocable Trust, Durable Power of Attorney, your family members will know what your intent was regrading your assets.
One must have testamentary capacity to execute these documents and these documents must executed properly. If the legal documents are not executed properly a court will deem them invalid.
Make sure the attorney you hire, if you choose to hire an attorney, properly executes the legal documents. Once you complete a basic plan (such as a Last Will and Testament, Revocable Trust, Durable Power of Attorney, Medical Authorizations, and a Living Will) you may consider other estate plans which may be beneficial to you and your family.
An experienced estate planning attorney at Gasso Law, P.A. can help you draft and execute a basic estate plan. We take the time to listen to your concerns and your wants. We work for you.
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