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Preserve Your Legacy

Estate Planning | Elder Law | Special Needs Planning



If you’re beginning to consider your estate planning needs, you may be thinking about creating a will. Many people assume that they’re able to draft their own will. It is possible to create your own will, but there are a multitude of mistakes that can be made. If you make serious errors, your will may not be legally valid and you may not have the right plan in place. Take a look at the following information to better understand the need to work with an attorney when creating this legal document. If you have any questions, or if you’d like to create your will, contact an estate planning attorney.

  • You need to make sure that you have a customized plan. With the help of an estate planning attorney, you will be able to have a will that meets all of your needs. When creating your own will, you may be tempted to copy an online form. Your attorney is the one who understands how to create the best will possible for your specific situation.
  • You may save money now, but it is likely to cost you more in the future. Some people try to handle their own planning in order to avoid expensive legal fees. The truth is, if you make serious errors, you could create more problems than you solve. These problems will likely create more expenses and family discord.
  • Your needs may change. Just like other estate planning documents, you will likely need to make changes to your will throughout your life. This will make it possible for your needs to continue to be met. An attorney is able to make updates correctly, so that your plan is effective. Don’t attempt to change your will on your own. Doing so may make it invalid.

If you’re ready to create your will, take the time to meet with an attorney so that you’re able to discuss your needs and goals. If you have any questions, or if you’d like to begin designing your will, consult with a qualified estate planning attorney.