Drafting a last will and testament is not a one-size-fits-all proposition. Area all personal situations the same? No. Your wishes are unique. Your loved ones may have specific needs that need addressing after you die. You may wish to omit certain people. You may want to have property held until a loved one reaches a certain age. You might want specific individuals to care for your children. You may want special personal items to be directed to a certain beneficiaries.
The list of variations is endless and requires a discussion with an estate planning attorney to help draft your will. An estate planning lawyer will help guide you in the process of creating a last will and testament to meet your specific needs.
And that is something that a discount website cannot accomplish, and your loved ones will not know if you did it correctly until it is too late.
If you have questions about a will, trust or power of attorney, it is crucial that you talk with an experienced estate planning attorney. At Amori & Associates, LLC, estate planning attorney Scott M. Amori would be happy to discuss your situation. Please contact Amori & Associates at (570) 421-1406 for a no obligation consultation.