Writing a Will That Protects Your Wishes
The Last Will and Testament is the cornerstone of every estate plan. It gives you the power to clearly convey your wishes with regard to how you want your property distributed upon your death. In addition, it can allow you to name an executor or personal representative who will handle your affairs after you have passed away, as well as the people you wish to take care of any minor children you may have at the time of your death.
No matter what stage of life you may be in, you should at least have a will and an advance directive for health care. At the law firm of David L. Huguenin, P.C., we have helped countless clients throughout the Augusta area and across Georgia and South Carolina prepare their wills and other essential estate planning documents.
Martinez Will Preparation Attorney
Wills that are written using vague language can create a variety of problems down the line. They can be left open to interpretation. Will contests from beneficiaries and other interested parties can become a very real possibility. We understand the emotions that people go through after the loss of a loved one, and legal squabbles can be much more damaging when people are vulnerable in this way.
We go out of our way to fully understand your intentions with regard to the provisions of your will. We do everything in our power to use language that is iron clad and leaves no question as to your intent. In addition, we regularly review existing wills for people who have been through a life change such as a marriage or divorce. We can help you with the review and update of your will so that it remains accurate.
Call for a Free Initial Consultation With a Lawyer
Contact our office today to discuss your questions with an Augusta will drafting attorney. We offer a free initial consultation to all new clients, so it won't cost you anything to get your questions answered. Our offices are open until 7 p.m. for clients who need appointments later in the evening. You can reach us by phone at 706-855-5000 or via e-mail to schedule an appointment.