Whether it is the homeowner who doesn’t have a lot of assets, or for the person with a large estate who wants to leave specific instructions, everyone can benefit from drafting a will.
Creating a will is an excellent way to leave instructions in the event of your death.
However, it is important that an experienced estate attorney legally and properly creates the will.
Even though your attorney has drawn up a detailed will, it may not be enough to prevent your estate from going through probate court.
Your attorney will also be able to identify potential problems that may exist with your will and let you know if you should take steps to prevent future problems.
For example, your attorney will assess your situation and do his or her best to determine if someone might possibly contest the validity of your will.
Having an attorney draw up your will can prevent challenges from occurring in the future.