“Not planning for the inevitable is the biggest mistake many people make”
It’s a drag to thing about death, which may due to confusion and other legal questions, when you are drafting your Legal Will alone and on your own. That makes the delay understandable but not persuasive.
Married or Single, whether you have children or without any children. We highly recommend that you have a Legal Will prepared. Kashlaw Professional Corporation is highly experienced when preparing legal will for our clients. We have prepared many legal will for many clients.
We view each client unique with their life stage and situations, which is why we do not have a standard form for every one in need of a legal will while they are in the midst of estate planning.
We meet with you in our office, where we would go over your plans so that we can determine the nature and extent of your assets and how best to draft your legal will in accordance with your wishes and family situation. Once the legal draft of your legal is completed, it is provided to you for review, and once your confirm it is prepared for signature and properly witnessed in accordance with the law to make your legal will a legal binding document.
Do you currently own any property? Are you self employed or currently employed?
If you are a property owner whereby you own any property, you will need to clearly set out your wishes in regards to your property, in the event that property division takes place after you pass away. One of the key documents one must have is a legal will which we will prepare in accordance with you wishes. This will clearly explain and set out all your wishes, including what percentage of your assets is divided between your loved ones.
One of the important reason you should have a legal will is to avoid uncertainty. In the even that you do not have a will, your estate (upon death) may be in a limbo, whereby it is unclear to relevant parties and either the or a person (may not be someone of your choice) is appointed as a Estate Trustee to manage and or look after your assets. This could result in further complications and of course delay in time.
It is best to choose who you would like to leave your assets and property to rather than leaving at the court’s discretion.