Should I Have A Last Will?
Yes, but few people are comfortable discussing the subject of their death. Writing down your wishes for the distribution of your personal property and other assets in a legal will is essential to prevent your family from the stressful burden of not knowing or assuming what you meant to do with your assets.
By preparing your end-of-life documentation now, you can avert lengthy court proceedings and anxiety for your family before and after you die. Writing your will is one of the most important tasks you can complete as an adult.
Be Prepared And Take Control Of Your Future
At Brown & Associates Law & Title, P.A., we will help you prepare your finances with counsel and advice about the proper levels of insurance, savings, and wise investing. We will help you draft a thorough estate plan.
When you prepare your last will and testament, you take control of your life, your family’s financial security and your future. We help you consider answers to deeply personal questions, such as:
- What kind of medical treatment and health care do you want at the end of your life and you cannot speak for yourself?
- Who do you want to raise your young children in the event of your incapacity?
- To whom do you want to give your things, house, car, jewelry, art collection and other personal assets?
If you do not have a will, your assets will be subject to distribution under Florida’s probate laws. This means your property could go to a relative you did not intend. Rather than leaving it all to chance or hoping for the best, have your wishes written down. We cannot prepare for what life brings our way, but we can prepare a last will and testament.
Why Are You Waiting? Contact Us Today.
At Brown & Associates Law & Title, P.A., our experienced estate planning team can help you prepare your end-of-life paperwork now. We understand how challenging it is to discuss these matters. We will help you prevent your family from lengthy court proceedings and potential disputes. Call our office in Tampa at 813-576-3790 or send us an email to arrange for a free consultation to learn more about our estate planning services.