A will attorney can address both your living will and last will and testament documents, as well as assist with changes to these documents.
There are two types of wills that a will attorney can assist you with preparing. One is a living will that outlines your medical directives should you be unable to voice your wishes for medical care. The other is a last will and testament that outlines your wishes for the distribution of your assets upon your death. A will attorney can also assist you with legal services related to the will of a family member who has passed away. Here at Meadows & Aderhold, P.A., we offer comprehensive estate planning services for those in the Greensboro, North Carolina area, including acting as your attorney for matters related to wills.
It is critical that any legal document be prepared in accordance with state laws and accurately portray your wishes in a way that cannot be misconstrued or leave your family members confused. You can be confident that with experience dating back to 1985, your will attorney will prepare your documents properly and leave you confident that your wishes will be honored. We can also assist you with making changes to these documents if your wishes have changed. Of course, a will attorney can also assist you if you had a family member pass away with a will that wasn’t prepared carefully and you need legal advice to resolve any issues that has caused.
If you have any questions that a will attorney can assist you with, don’t hesitate to contact us to schedule a consultation. You can be confident that you’ll receive prompt, professional legal services that address both your current and long-term needs.