Should You Have an Attorney Write Your Will?
These days, there is an app for everything. People feel that they should be able to do everything from their smartphone. Want to track what you eat? There’s an app for that. Map your run? There’s an app. Find a restaurant. There’s an app. Write your will? Yes, there’s even an app for that!
Even though you could go it alone and write your own will, why would you? There are many ways to disburse your property or investments and if you have children, you want to be sure their guardian is the person you intended to care for them. The cookie-cutter, fill-in-the-blank options found on do-it-yourself apps will likely not accomplish all of your objectives.
There are a plethora of laws surrounding wills, trusts, probate, taxes and property. You want to be sure your estate is completely covered and your family protected when you pass away. In the long run, you will not save your loved ones any money if your estate is not handled in the way you expected.
At the Greenberg Law Firm, we listen and then we ask questions. We understand that there are a myriad of dynamics in any family that can be challenging. Should you have a will or a trust? Do you need a living will, health care proxy or health directive? We will help you determine what the best course of action is for you and your loved ones.
If you want to review what is best for you and your family, our Attorneys at The Greenberg Law Firm in Naperville are ready, willing and able to give you peace of mind. Contact us at 630-416-4747.