Are you too young to make a will?
All people have a life plan, where they hope to accomplish goals or witness important life events like watching their grandchildren being born and getting married. Unfortunately, we don’t know how much time we have and you don’t always get to do everything you wish you could have. If you want to provide a plan to take care of your loved ones in the best way possible, it’s best to do it as soon as possible.
Isn’t a will just about money?
While distributing your estate is one of the most important jobs of a will, there are other functions as well. For instance, if you have children, you can decide who will take care of them if you die. If there is no will, the money can’t go to your loved ones as quickly, as the State will have to decide how to divide up your money and other assets.
If you leave money to charity, you could ask your Washington Wills Lawyer how to avoid some of the taxes which are placed on your estate also. You can make decisions how to maximize your estate.
What is needed to make a will?
Simple wills in Pennsylvania have few requirements, and the process won’t take much of your time. The person making the will needs to be of sound mind, and there need to be two witnesses to a written document.
You will make an appointment to meet with your attorney, who will go over with you your finances and discuss with you the best way to take care of your loved ones. You can also make the decision who will take care of things, so it will be someone you trust. Don’t hesitate to make an appointment with Adam Yarussi & Associates today to take care of this important matter.