Most people know that a will can ensure that your wishes are carried out regarding the distribution of your property after death. But a will can do many other things as well. A will lets your family know who you to want to handle your affairs, and how you want them to do so, when you are gone. A will can also be used to name a guardian for your minor children in the event of your death.
At Colucci Colucci Marcus & Flavin, PC, we draft wills and create other estate documents for people from all walks of life. We tailor each will to meet the specific needs of each client.
Contact Colucci Colucci Marcus & Flavin, PC for a consultation with a lawyer about a will or other estate matter.
A will forms the basic building block of an estate plan. Even people of modest means have need for a will and other estate documents. Our firm treats every client as a unique person with unique needs.
In creating your will and other estate documents, we will take time to learn about your life, your family and your values. We will discuss your goals and what you want to achieve at certain times in your life. Then we will create those documents and legal vehicles which can help you achieve those goals. For most people, a basic estate plan will consist of these documents:
Our firm can create other estate vehicles such as a trust, which can achieve other objectives you may have.
As your family and financial situations change, it may be necessary to change your will and other estate documents. A marriage, the arrival of a new child, a divorce — these or other significant events should cause you to revisit your estate plan. An attorney at our firm can review your situation and make necessary changes for a reasonable and affordable fee.
To schedule a consultation about a will or other estate matter, contact our firm.