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Boston & Milton Wills Attorney

Advanced estate planning, including the creation of a will and other important documents, can protect and your assets and prevent disputes. At Colucci, Colucci & Marcus, P.C., we understand the importance of taking the time to develop a comprehensive will that can meet your unique needs. Our Boston estate planning attorneys can provide tailored legal solutions on your behalf. We want to help ensure that your will puts your wishes in writing, including preferences about guardians for minor children and how you want your assets to be distributed after your passing. We will ensure that your will complies with Massachusetts law.

A Will is More Than Just a Document

A will is more than just a legal document. A person’s last will and testament reflect their values and how they want their legacy to be remembered and passed down amongst their heirs and beneficiaries. It will is a legal document in which you designate the person or persons who will receive the assets that you currently own. This is also the document where you can appoint legal guardians for your minor children.

A last will and testament in Boston and Milton will ensure that your wishes are carried out after you pass away. Just having the knowledge that there is a plan in place can bring you enormous peace of mind, regardless of your current age. On that note, we want to say that a last will and testament is not just for those who are reaching the latter stages of their life. These documents should be drafted by anybody who has any assets that they will pass on as well as anybody who has any minor children who will need to be cared for should something happen to them.

Review Your Will Periodically

If you have a last will and testament drafted, you should have it reviewed periodically to ensure that it continues to be accurate and reflect your current situation. Many people do not think about updating their will after significant life events, including divorces, the death of others in the family, a significant change of assets, etc. You may also want to change your will as your priorities and the relationships with those around you change. What you wanted five or ten years ago may not be what you want now.

Contact Our Attorney For a Free Review of Your Will Today

When you or a family member are thinking about getting a will drafted, you should consider working with a skilled attorney to help you through this. When planned properly, a will can provide families with incredible protection and give everybody peace of mind about the future. Whether you are drafting a new will or need to update an existing one, the team at Colucci, Colucci & Marcus, P.C. is standing by to help. Our team can also help you with your larger estate planning needs, including powers of attorney, living trusts, and more. You can contact our Boston and Milton wills and testament attorneys for a free review of your will by clicking here or by calling 617-917-3917.

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