Get Peace Of Mind For You And Your Family When You Plan For The Future
Almost 70% of the people in the United States do not have a Will of any kind. If you die without a Will, decisions about how your money and belongings are distributed are made by the court according to your state’s intestacy law. Wills are a necessary part of everyone’s life whether you consider yourself to be old or young, rich or poor and regardless of the size of your family and number of friends that you have. Everyone’s life has created a trail and fabric of interactions that have value. Many times that value is greater than even you may realize.
A Will ensures that the result of your life’s work and property is distributed as you wish. At Walters Law Firm, attorney J. Kevin Walters will work with you to create a Will that best suits your needs and makes your wishes known.
The Benefits That A Will Provides
Preparation of a Will is vital to provide for loved ones and support your causes after you are gone, preserve your life’s work, direct your property to the persons and charities that you choose, and limit expenses and fees related to the inevitable probate procedure.
By preparing a Will, you are also able to direct and make advance decisions concerning your medical care through a Living Will and Durable Medical Power of Attorney. Mr. Walters believes so strongly in the importance of having at least a simple Will that it is the sole area of practice in which he offers his services for a reasonable flat rate rather than an hourly rate to make creating a Will more affordable for you and your family. As an attorney who practices estate planning and business law, Mr. Walters can advise business owners how to preserve assets and plan for the final “turning over the reins” of their business interests as well.
The Best Time For Estate Planning Is Now
Estate Planning builds on a Will and involves the use of available legal tools to preserve and manage your assets and minimize taxes and expenses. Unfortunately, most people put off making an estate plan until it is too late. The best time to create an estate plan is now while you are able to communicate your wishes with a clear mind.
Basic Estate Planning Tools To Meet Your Needs
- Wills and Testamentary Trusts
- Durable Medical Power of Attorney
- Living Wills
- Revocable Living Trusts
- Irrevocable Trusts
- Intervivos Planning
Move Forward Toward Your Estate Plan Goals
Find Out More About Making Your Will
Contact Walters Law Firm for the specific flat rate fees for simple wills, medical directives and durable powers of attorney as well as hourly rates for more complex estate planning. Call 844-899-4966 or fill out the online contact form to set up a consultation. Licensed in both Texas and Georgia, Mr. Walters serves clients throughout both states.