Although it may seem like wills and trusts are only drafted by the elderly, you may want to consider drafting one now while you're in good health. Unfortunately, sudden deaths and illnesses do happen, so be prepared early for how to divide your assets and property so your loved ones won't have to worry about it should the time come.
If you die and don't have a will or trust, the court will end up dividing up your assets for you. Speak to us about dividing your home, financial assets, and personal possessions through drafting a will or living trust.
If you have a legal document that will take effect when you die, you ensure that your wishes will be carried out. Not only do these wills and trusts divide up your possessions, they will direct how your property will be administered.
Besides Wills and Trusts, John E. Bach Jr. Attorney at Law can draw up Health Care Proxy, Living Wills, and Power of Attorney. These necessary legal documents will protect you in the event you are unable to make decisions for yourself.