“Do I Really Need A Will?”
That depends on who you want to make decisions about your money and your property. If you want the government making those decisions for you, feel free to skip making a will. If that doesn’t appeal to you, it is in your best interest to make sure you have a will.
At Blacha Law Office, we can help you protect your assets and property, ensuring your estate goes to benefit your family members, your heirs and causes you hold dear. From creating your will to building a comprehensive estate plan, you can rely on our firm to make sure your wishes form the basis for what happens to your estate once you die. Individuals and couples in Naperville, Joliet and surrounding areas of Illinois have trusted us to protect what matters most to them, and we look forward to you joining their ranks.
What Does A Will Accomplish?
A will can act as your voice when you are gone, ensuring your wishes are carried out. By drafting a will, you can determine who should receive your assets and when they should receive them. Your will can also name a person whom you trust to serve as the administrator or executor of your estate. If you have minor children, your will can name the person you and your spouse would want to serve as their guardian if you and your spouse should both die before your children reach the age of 18.
Wills Can Be Customized To Your Unique Circumstances
No two families have the same assets or the same members. When creating a will, it is important to consult with a lawyer who will take the time to get to you. A cookie-cutter estate plan that does not consider your unique situation can lead to unintended consequences. In some cases, your needs may be better served by a trust than a will.
Our firm has provided personal, attentive service to help families protect their assets and their beneficiaries for nearly 20 years. We also guide administrators of wills through the probate process.
Create Your Will With Confidence
We look forward to helping you create a will that provides you with peace of mind about the future. Call 630-283-1987 to schedule your free initial consultation. With offices in Naperville and Joliet, we serve clients throughout DuPage County and Will County.