A Will Can Help You Protect Your Legacy
Composing a will is a fundamental step in the estate planning process. Determining the distribution of your assets is likely a priority, and it is important to ensure that you have the correct documentation in place to do so. While you can create a will on your own, a lawyer can help you draft a more complete document that allows for a more efficient transfer of property.
At our firm, Ritigstein Law, we can assist you in creating a will that is tailored to your specific estate planning goals. Attorney Michael D. Ritigstein has an extensive background in helping clients in Haddonfield and surrounding New Jersey communities with their estate law needs, and he can help you as well.
A Cornerstone To A Comprehensive Estate Plan
While a complete estate plan will often contain several components, a will is typically a central element. A will allows you to put your wishes into writing in regard to the distribution of your assets, and it is an effective way to provide for your loved ones after your passing. Some other distinct advantages to creating a will include:
- Determining your children’s care: If you have minor children, a will affords you the ability to determine who will be their guardian if you and your spouse both die.
- Final say on your assets: Without a valid will, the state of New Jersey will ultimately decide who will receive your assets, which may not be in line with your wishes.
- The ability to make revisions: You can amend a will at any time, which allows you to account for changes to your marital status or other life developments.
At Ritigstein Law, we help our clients plan for their families’ futures while protecting the legacies that they have worked hard to build. We proudly represent individuals in Camden, Burlington and Gloucester counties, and we are prepared to assist you with the creation of your estate plan.
Contact Us Today To Arrange For A Free Consultation
Our clients’ best interests are at the center of everything we do. To learn more about wills as well as our competitive legal rates, call 856-375-1473 today to schedule your free 30-minute consultation. You can also send us an email via our simple contact form. We respond to all messages that we receive within 24 hours.