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Wills in Sacramento

Providing the Advice You Need to Create an Effective Will

If you are reading this article it is because you understand the importance of having a plan to protect your family, upon your death. You know that a succession plan is the hallmark of a well-ordered life – especially if you have a valuable estate that you worked hard to build, or you have children you want to provide for or you have specific cultural or community interests you want to benefit. You know that it is never too early to prepare for the inevitable and to provide a better future of those you love. At The Law Office of David A. Martin & Associates, in Sacramento, we understand how important these goals are and we are committed to working with our clients to create a Last Will and Testament that helps set your legacy.

Reach out to our law office in Sacramento today at (916) 299-3936 to request an initial consultation with a member of our estate planning team to discuss the benefits of creating a will.

What a Will Can Do for You

When we think of wills, many of us often think of a document that describes which individuals receive certain assets or property. Through a will, you can certainly distribute family heirlooms, bank accounts, investments, and other valuable assets. You can leave real property, such as a home, vehicle, family business, or jewelry to a specific beneficiary or to a group of beneficiaries. However, as with most things in life, it is never as simple as it might seem. If you want experienced, intelligent, and capable professional insights, The Law Office of David A. Martin & Associates should be your next call.

If you have minor children, your Will can serve a number of important functions; it can allow you to provide financial security to them and you can designate a guardian to care for minor children if it becomes necessary or expedient. You can also place a trustee in charge of the assets your children inherit until such time as you think appropriate, such as to avoid spendthrift behavior or other risks.

Additionally, although your Will does not assign debts to individuals, your estate may be responsible for some of your debts and you will want to account for that fact when making a distribution plan, or when deciding whether to add further protections such as a life insurance that will help cover all or some of these debts (This Office does NOT offer or advise on insurance policies of any kind.)

Schedule a Consultation Today and Begin the Process of Creating Your Will

Creating a Will can provide invaluable protections for your loved ones and there is no time like the present to start that process. At The Law Office of David A. Martin & Associates, in Sacramento, our estate planning team can provide the guidance and the services you need to create an effective Will that safeguards the future of your loved ones.

Reach out to our law office today at (916) 299-3936 to set up an initial consultation with an experienced member of our legal team and learn more about the importance of creating a will.

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