Preparing Your Will and Testament
To make sure your final wishes are obeyed, you need to assign your last will and testament to a law firm you can trust. Death is hard but preparing for it does not have to be. In order to ensure the proper distribution of your property and the care of any minor children, you want a will that is set forth in writing. McCloskey makes sure that every will that comes through his office meets state standards and is carried out the way you intend.
When you die, a will dies with you, which is why it is so important to get it right the first time. Your will must go through the state’s probate process before it can be distributed to your legatees. This process can be time consuming and often very expensive. Having an attorney your family can trust to answer the hard questions will make the process easier and less expensive. The construction of your will comes down to you having a say in what happens to your assets and children after you are gone. In the event that something happens to you and you are unprepared, the state law will dictate the distribution of your estate. To guarantee your belongings are distributed according to your desires, contact Edward J. McCloskey today to begin your estate preparations.