Last Will and Testament
Your last will and testament or “will” is a legal document which establishes what you want done with your assets or belongings when you die. A person over the age of 18 can have a last will and testament. This document will specify the person’s wishes with regard to his or her property, assets and family. When done properly, a will is a legal and binding document honored in probate court after the passing of an individual.
Although you may not need an attorney to create a will, it is highly recommended. Due to the fact that a last will and testament is a legally binding document, it is imperative that it be valid and enforceable. The will establishes what you want done with your possessions after you pass away. If the wording in the will is not set forth legally or is not signed properly, it most likely will not be invalid in probate court. If prior wills are in existence, you must take care to make certain that the latest will is the one which is followed. Wayne Gardner, an estate planning attorney, at Gunderson, Denton & Peterson, P.C. can help you with these matters.
Probate and Estate Planning Lawyers in Scottsdale,
Mesa, Gilbert and Chandler, Arizona
Wayne Gardner combines experience with dedication to the great satisfaction of his clients. He represents clients in Scottsdale, Mesa, Gilbert, Chandler, and throughout Arizona and offers a free initial consultation. He will help you get started.
To learn more about creating your last will and testament, contact Wayne Gardner, attorney at Gunderson, Denton, & Peterson, P.C., today. Call 480-433-8524.
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Wayne Gardner, Attorney
Mesa, Arizona 85213