Wills

WILLS:

Drafting a valid Last Will and Testament can be the foundation of many people’s estate planning strategies.  Whether your estate is large or small, a Will can go a long way toward ensuring that your assets are distributed to your heirs as quickly and easily as possible, and exactly as you intend.  Attorney Melcher has years of valuable experience assisting clients drafting and revising their wills and other estate planning documents.

If you have a Will already, it is important to consult with an estate planning attorney periodically in order to ensure that your Will is properly signed and witnessed, and is both complete and current under the present probate code.  Laws regarding wills and estate planning vary from state to state, and may change over time, so it is important to make sure all of your documents are up to date and current with the law.  (Massachusetts made major changes to its Probate Code in 2013.)

If you are considering drafting a Will, revising an existing one, or would simply like to ensure that your will is valid and current, one of our experienced attorneys would be happy to take the time to discuss your individual concerns and goals.

Call, email, or use the messaging feature on our contact page to speak with Attorney Melcher today.