Wills Are Important And Can Be Simple
I am attorney Diane Kaer. I have drafted wills for more than 35 years. They are the most commonly used and inexpensive form of estate planning. Wills can be simple. As the founder of Kaer Law, P.C., I can quickly assess what you might need, tell you how long it will take and how much it will cost.
Sometimes A Simple Will Is Enough
I offer simple wills for cases where such a document will adequately suit the needs of the client. I recommend trusts only where the situation requires that expense.
The Difference Between A Will And A Trust
A will can also contain a trust or trusts. A trust is typically activated when the testator (maker of the will) dies or becomes incapacitated, however there are many types of trusts.
The Myth That Wills Are Expensive
Many people avoid obtaining a will because either they feel it will take too much time and money or they believe they do not need one. In reality, obtaining a will is often a fairly easy, inexpensive process that will save your estate and beneficiaries a great deal of time and expense. Wills are the foundation of most estate planning services.
Take The Next Step
Anyone who has a full-time job, is married, owns a house, or has children can benefit from a simple will. It does not take very long to create one and is not expensive. If you have been thinking about obtaining a will, then chances are you need one.