Give your loved one’s peace of mind with a comprehensive and detailed last will and testament.
However you feel about your own mortality, the fact of the matter is that people who are left behind after you are deceased will need to be aware of your last wishes. At Bennett Guthrie PLLC, we can make the structuring of your last will and testament a detailed and comforting experience, knowing that your loved ones will be able to complete your wishes.
There are very few instances in which a person doesn’t need a last will and testament. Even if you have no family, what would you want to happen to your assets? If you have a pet, who will care for it? Without a will, the estate of the deceased is usually put on hold until a judge can decide who will get what. This process is often lengthy and costly, eating up any estate that you could have donated to go towards court fees. If you are married, have children (even if they are grown and self-sustaining), outstanding debts, assets, etc. you need a detailed last will and testament.
If you have recently had a major life change, such as a divorce or remarriage, then your last will and testament will need to be updated to include those changes. Should you inherit any heirlooms or purchase something valuable, you will want a clear will as to who will receive those items. There have been many families torn apart due to fighting over pieces of an estate without a proper will, so it is always wise to avoid this by procuring a last will and testament.
Every state has different legal requirements. If you are in the area of Greensboro, North Carolina, we can help you draw up a legally accurate last will and testament at Bennett Guthrie PLLC.
At Bennett Guthrie PLLC, we can help you draft a last will and testament if you live anywhere in North Carolina, including Winston-Salem, Greensboro, Clemmons, Mocksville, Lexington, King, Kernersville or High Point.