Simple Will and Testament:
Although many are reluctant to want to discuss this topic at all much less make preparations for their assets and estate once they have died, procrastinating on creating a Will and Testament seems to be a problem for many. Unfortunately, Coronavirus now has us thinking about this every time we turn on the TV and there are unexpected and untimely deaths that occur every day. Often this results in the State taking ownership of assets and Estates of the deceased, and having complete control to distribute as they decide. At Smith-Hynes Law Firm, protecting our clients wishes regarding asset distribution is our first priority. Clients are impressed with how easy and quick the process is and often wonder why they put it off so long. Even those with little to no assets and nothing too complex, it’s always a good idea to have an attorney prepare these forms to ensure your best interests are covered.
There is a difference between a Will and a Living Will. A Living Will is actually not a will at all. It is actually an advance directive regarding health related matters. In the event that a person is not able to communicate their wishes regarding to treatment or life saving techniques, the Living Will allows the individual to express their preferences. Smith-Hynes Law Firm LLC can help you with the preparation of these documents so that you can be rest assured that your desires are heard.