A Will Secures Your Family’s Future
For a lot of people, putting together a will is like remembering to replace the batteries in a smoke alarm; it doesn’t seem like much of a priority until it’s too late. There is no “best time” to create a will. If you don’t take the time to make decisions about what you would like done with your money and possessions after you’re gone, the probate court will decide where your money and property go for you. The probate process also makes information about your estate public and delays the distribution of your assets to your heirs.
I’m attorney Mike Parham, and I can help you secure your family’s future and make sure your wishes are met. Call me at 901-617-1948 or fill out my online contact form to set up an initial consultation.
Creating A Will That’s Right For You
Most wills are straightforward and inexpensive relative to the probate fees your heirs could be required to pay if you die without a will. If you have a small or moderate-sized estate, a will may be the primary estate planning document you need. For larger, more complex estates, a will may form the cornerstone of an estate plan that also includes trusts and other documents. I can work with you to determine what is most appropriate for you.
Creating A Will That Meets Your Wishes
Creating a will creates peace of mind. A well-structured will can help prevent conflict among your heirs and eliminate probate court fees. I will take the time to fully understand how you want your money and belongings to be handed down. We will work together to create a will that meets your wishes and provides for your family.