Glendora Will Attorney
Estate Planning in Glendora and Irvine, CA
Preparing a will is one of the most fundamental aspects of estate planning.
When done properly, a will can offer the peace of mind you deserve and
ensure that your wishes are carried out even after you pass. That being
said, it is a momentous task that should not be taken lightly. At Morris
Law Firm, our Glendora will lawyer has over 25 years of legal experience
and provides nationally recognized legal counsel.
Our legal team places a high priority on your experience and satisfaction.
We are here for you every step of the way, able to address your concerns
and help you pursue the most favorable outcome. When you retain the services
of Attorney Morris, you will get the services of Attorney Morris; you
can be sure that your case will not pass along to someone else. Our team
handles every case personally and works hard to fulfill your unique goals
for the future.
What Is The Benefit of Making a Will?
A will essentially allows you to remain in control of your assets even
after you die. Without one, the state of California has the right to distribute
your property according to the intestacy law. Although a will can be prepared
fairly quickly, it will pay dividends for a lifetime.
A will can be used to accomplish all of the following:
- Designate who you want your property to go to
- Appoint someone to manage property left to minor children
- Name a personal guardian to care for minor children
- Nominate an executor who will carry out the terms of your will
After writing out your will with the help of an estate planning lawyer,
the finalization process is simple. You must sign your will in front of
two witnesses and then have your witnesses sign it as well. Legal counsel
should precede any future amendments.
Request a Consultation Today – Call (626) 587-2677
If you are looking to establish a will, request a consultation with Morris
Law Firm today. We understand that this can be a complex issue and we
promise to approach the matter caringly and efficiently. A will has a
significant impact on the future, so it is best to prepare one while you
are still of sound mind and body.
Protect what is most valuable to you, and
call us at (626) 587-2677.