Your Last Will and Testament is the cornerstone of your end-of-life planning. It is the primary document used to let loved ones know your wishes at the time of your death, especially regarding how you wish your estate to be handled and distributed.
A Will is especially important if you have young children as you will be able to indicate who should be your children’s guardian should you pass away prior to their turning 18. A Will can also form a Trust to manage any money you leave your children.
John Fernandez is an estate planning attorney skilled in assisting families with Wills, Powers of Attorney, Trusts, and many other estate planning documents. Creating a Last Will & Testament is important to ensure that your final wishes are carried out as you intend and to ensure that your assets will be distributed as you wish them to – not how the government chooses.
If you do not create a Will, North Carolina law will determine how your assets are distributed.
Whether you need a simple will or a complex estate plan, John Fernandez understands the rules and procedures involved. He will evaluate your goals and formulate a plan that best meets your needs.
For a free consultation, call (984) 234-3028 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and put John’s experience to work for you.