Crafting A Last Will And Testament

Wills are an incredibly important estate planning tool — one that most people find useful. A will can define who the guardian of a child will be, designate the charities or people who will receive gifts, a portion of the estate or other asset/property distribution specifications. Wills can help you leave a portion of your estate to friends and nonrelatives.

Why You Need A Will

If someone does not have a will and dies, the death is declared "intestate." When this happens, intestate succession laws come into play and assets go to whomever code dictates. This can be someone the decedent does not want, like an estranged relative, a minor child or someone who is not yet equipped to handle the assets. If someone dies with just a will, he or she will still have to go through the probate process.

If you or your loved ones are thinking about drafting a will or are working through issues involving a will, we at Wolfson & Bernazzani, PLLC, are prepared to put our experience to work for you.

With more than half a century of combined estate planning experience, we are dedicated to providing estate planning solutions tailored to each client's individual need. We are able to work directly with you and draft a will and other supplemental documentation to account for all issues and goals. We encourage you to get in touch.

Schedule A Free Consultation Today With Our Attorneys

Wolfson & Bernazzani, PLLC, offers free consultations. For more information, or to discuss making a will with an experienced lawyer, contact us online or by calling 603-272-6008 to reach our Nashua, New Hampshire, office.