Wills and living wills are both essential documents used to line out how an estate holder’s affairs will be handled should they pass away or become incapacitated. The Law Office of Judy Dalton PLLC offers a variety of estate planning services, including both the drafting of wills and living wills and review of already existing estate planning documents. Protect your future with help from one of Mooresville’s most trusted estate planning law firms.
A last will is a very important document used to determine how your property is passed down to your heirs after you pass away. The individuals (and in some cases, charities) highlighted in your will are typically referred to as beneficiaries. Additionally, each will designates somebody who is still living as the executor. This is a very important decision, as the executor will be responsible for carrying out the wishes specified in the will.
Often referred to as an advance directive, a living will lays out the specifics of your medical care if you become incapacitated by illness or injury. In addition to determining the type of care you will receive and who will manage your care, this document allows you to determine whether you want your organs to be donated.
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Estate planning can be a very emotional process, but there is great value in the peace of mind this process provides. The sooner you determine how you want your estate to be passed on, the less you have to worry about what would happen to your loved ones if you unexpectedly passed away.
The Law Office of Judy Dalton PLLC is a respected resource for those who wish to secure their futures, both for themselves and their designated beneficiaries. Reach out today to learn more about how the Mooresville law firm handles the estate planning process.