Gilbert Wills Attorney
Providing You with Caring & Competent Legal Service
A will is the most fundamental document you can create to ensure your property and assets are conveyed to your family or charities following your passing. Depending on your circumstances, a will has the capacity to take care of many family and personal issues. You should consult with a knowledgeable Gilbert estate planning lawyer who can educate you on the subject, guide you on the matter, and draft a customized will that works for you.
To achieve that, turn to Hansen Law Office, PLLC. Our firm provides caring and proficient legal help in all estate planning matters, including wills. We treat all of our clients like family with the aim of building lasting community relationships. Our team is here to enlighten, counsel, and turn your wishes into binding legal documents that will give you peace of mind and a sense of security.
What Does a Will Do?
The goal of a will is to make sure as little as possible is left to chance. While your estate may still undergo probate, having a clearly drafted will can convey many benefits besides providing for the disposition of your estate.
A will can:
- Appoint a guardian to minor children and conservator of their estate
- Name a personal representative whose role is to see that the terms of the will are carried out
- Reduce the costs of probate expenses
Without a will, your estate will be declared intestate and become subject to Arizona intestacy law. That means a court will decide how your estate will be handled. You will have lost control over a very personal matter which will then be arranged by a judge who has no knowledge of you or your wishes.
Ensure Your Will Is Drafted Correctly
Without the help of an estate planning attorney who is well-versed in all of the legal aspects of a will, your will has a greater chance of being found invalid or being subject to claims against it. Hansen Law Office, PLLC is here to see that you thoroughly understand the matter and to provide the guidance needed to make your will a valid document that can stand up in court.
We can also help you with understanding other estate planning options that may better serve your needs. We encourage you to contact us to learn more about planning for your estate in the most optimum way and to take advantage of our dedication to providing you with excellent service.
Call (480) 418-7878 for legal help today.
Treated us Like Family- Mike P.
Professionalism, Dedication, and Knowledge- Alex C.
Excellent Legal Advice- Anonymous
Complete Attention to Detail- Alex
My 'Go to' for Estate Questions- John