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Everyone should start with a will

When it comes to the most important documents in ones life – a Will is certainly at the top of the list. Although it is vital to one’s life, Most people know that they should have a will, but many don’t know what a will is and how it works. A will, sometimes called a “last will and testament,” is a document that states your final wishes. It is read by a county court after your death, and the court makes sure that your final wishes are carried out.

What exactly does a will do? Majority of Americans use a will to leave instructions about what should happen to their property after they die. However, you can also use a will to; name an executor, name guardians for children and their property, decide how debts and taxes will be paid, provided for pets and serves as a backup to a living trust.

A will should not be used to; put conditions on your gifts, leave instructions for final arrangements, leave property for your pet, make arrangements for money or property will be left another way.

To be sure all your basis are covered, call Senior Citizen Lawyer – Dustin MacFarlane today. We’ll sit down with you and ask a wide range of questions, some you probably haven’t even ever thought to ask yourself. We’ll take an inventory of your needs, wants and desires for your will and put them on paper so that things will be taken care of when the will is needed.

Call Senior Citizen Lawyer today for your FREE and Confidential Will Consultation (916) 407-0528.

What They’re Saying

My mother in law was very pleased with the thoroughness of her Trust that Mr. MacFarlane and his associate helped her create. Tony Franceschi, Mr. MacFarlane’s associate, patiently answered questions and made sure she completely understood the documents. She enjoyed working with both of them and has recommended their office to her friends. When it is time to create my Trust, I will only go to MacFarlane Legal.

Carol

Dustin generated a living will and trust for us to ensure that our three children would always have a safety net. The document is extremely thorough. The Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare even came in handy recently when my husband was hospitalized!

Trina K.

MacFarlane Legal created two different types of Trusts for us to address two different areas of need. Both Tony and Dustin are extremely well versed in Elder and Trust law and were able to tailor the Trusts to suit our purposes. They were able to make assessments of our situation and provide us with different legal options so we could best determine what language and provisions to include in our Trusts. Tony and Dustin were also very patient with all of our questions and explained all the legal language in a way we could understand. They were very friendly and easy to work with. The fees were reasonable and fair. We are very happy with our Trusts and would use McFarland again in a heartbeat if/when the need for more legal work arises

Carl J.

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