At Leonard & Moore, PLLC in Asheville, NC, we can ensure that your will and testament will be upheld in a court of law.
At Leonard & Moore, PLLC, one of our main goals as a firm is to ensure that you are prepared for whatever happens to you in life. One of the best ways to make certain that your best interests and assets are protected is with a will and testament. Essentially, this is a legal document that explains your wishes, is read by a court, and ensures that your final desires are followed through. In addition to naming your wishes, your will and testament should also name an executor, establish who your children’s guardians will be, decide how your debts and taxes will be paid, and even illustrate how your pets will be cared for and by whom.
In order to make sure that your will and testament is acknowledged by the court, it is essential that this document is procured with the assistance of a legal professional. At Leonard & Moore, PLLC, we can aid you with devising this document, help you determine what to include, and ultimately ensure that your will and testament will be upheld in a court of law. Located in Asheville, North Carolina, our legal team has over 50 years of combined experience. When you turn to us for help with your will and testament, you can rest assured that you are in good hands.
At Leonard & Moore, PLLC, we believe that everyone needs a will, regardless of their age or status in life. A will and testament is an essential document because:
- If you die without creating one, there are certain laws that dictate how your money and possessions will be allocated. This means that your assets may not be distributed as you would have wanted.
- You can dictate how your children will be cared for in case you unexpectedly pass away.
- You never know what your future may hold.
However, a will and a testament isn’t a document that you should make once and then never look at again. In order to fully benefit from your will, you should review this document on a regular basis and make changes as needed. We recommend turning to us for help with revisions if you have more children, get divorced, or get married. Additionally, you should revise your will if you experience a sudden change in your financial situation or change your mind about who you want your beneficiaries to be. However, changes to your will should not be taken lightly and should only be done after thorough consideration.
Whether you need assistance creating a new will and testament or help revising your current one, we are here to help. Don’t let another day pass by without ensuring that your assets, dependents, and other wishes are properly accounted for. We encourage you to contact us today for more information and to begin drafting this essential legal document.