Thinking of a time when you are no longer living can be a difficult topic to face. However, it is a necessary one; it’s never too late to plan for the future.
With a final will and testament, you can instruct the court system where your belongings must go and who is to inherit different assets you have accumulated throughout your life. You can also name the executor who will be in charge of carrying out your will and administering your estate. A properly drafted will can protect your loved ones from experiencing estate-related stress. At Wilson, Lackey, Rohr & Hall, P.C., we offer will and trust services in North Carolina.
Drafting a Will
It is also important to stay on top of your will and make the necessary amendments as they are necessary. For example, if you were formerly married to a different spouse, you might have included them in an original will. However, if you have divorced and remarried, you likely do not want the former spouse to receive your assets. Amending a will isn't difficult, but you need that baseline to begin with.
Chances are, you have questions about the will process and what all it entails. Everyone's a little different, but don't worry; Wilson, Lackey, Rohr & Hall, P.C. has you covered. Your best course of action is to get a first draft started by one of the experienced wills attorneys Lenoir NC has available.