Planning For The ‘What-Ifs’

Why Do I Need a Will?

On Behalf of | Aug 11, 2022 | Wills

Comprehensive Advice on Preparing a Will

In today’s economic turmoil and complex world, there are very few things that remain under our direct control. Fortunately, with some advanced planning and experienced legal assistance, you can control the distribution of your assets and other vital issues upon your death.

At Gorman Law Group, PLC, our Phoenix estate planning attorneys offer personalized and detailed advice on many estate planning issues, including the proper completion of a customized will. Our experience and knowledge of estate planning and tax laws allows us to provide the guidance you need to understand what a will actually is, what issues need to be addressed and what a will can do to protect your family throughout any unforeseen circumstance.

Why do I need a will?

Without clear direction over your estate, your loved ones and the legal system will be forced to make many difficult and emotionally draining decisions. A will that clearly states your final wishes will limit the involvement the legal system has with your estate and can help your loved ones avoid unnecessary confusion and grief.

A properly prepared will serves many functions, including:

  • Designating distribution of your estate upon your death
  • Stating your wishes regarding the care of minor children
  • Eliminating unnecessary legal and emotional hardship on your loved ones’ behalf
  • Limiting the complexity of probate proceedings
  • Naming an executor, or individual to be in charge of carrying out your final wishes

Contact Our Office to Learn More

Discussing your will can be a stressful and confusing experience, but it doesn’t have to be. Our experienced lawyers have the skill and knowledge needed to help you understand the important role a will can play for your family. We will carefully review all of your concerns and your estate before offering advice on the proper completion of your personalized will.

Contact us online or call 623-278-6102 to schedule a free consultation to discuss your estate planning concerns or to learn more about the process of drafting your will.