A will is one of the essential components of estate planning, as this legal document outlines how a deceased individual’s assets and debts will be handled and distributed, a process called intestate distribution. The executor, who is named by the will, is responsible for executing the terms of the will and ensuring that all outstanding debts are paid for.
Although considering death can be a morbid thought for some, it’s crucial that individuals take the time to establish a legal will to ensure that their loved ones are taken care of and that, in the event of death, his wishes will be upheld and followed. At Kelly & West, we can provide you with professional advice in your planning.
As with living trusts, the laws regarding wills and estate planning in North Carolina are complex, and, if a will isn’t properly devised and written, it may not be legally binding – which can result in the will being void. As a result, those considering writing a will in Harnett County or anywhere in the state of North Carolina should secure the services of the skilled, professional will attorneys at Kelly & West.
We will answer all your questions, explain the process in detail and help you get through the process as quickly and efficiently as possible. Since 1982, our knowledge of complicated will law, along with our professionalism and our dedicated to our clients, has allowed us to help hundreds of clients develop solid wills that attend to all of our clients’ needs and concerns.
For more information, contact our Harnett County Will Lawyers today.