Will & Trust Attorneys FAQ

Wills & Trust AttorneysEgbert & Barnes, P.C. is dedicated to helping people with wills, death tax planning, living wills, powers of attorney, and other estate-planning related matters. Our seasoned estate planning attorneys know the ins and outs of the estate planning process and emphasize personal attention on every client’s estate plan no matter how small or complex it may be. Each of our clients has a unique situation and a different needs and objectives for their estate. That is why the estate planning attorneys of Egbert & Barnes, P.C. work to custom-tailor their legal services to your individual needs.

Whether you want to protect your children, reduce inheritance tax, provide for your medical care, or take care of your preferred charity, our estate planning attorneys have the experience and dedication necessary to help you succeed. We understand that you have many choices when choosing an estate attorney in Montgomery County. To find out why Egbert & Barnes, P.C. is the right choice for you, contact us today for a free consultation with one of our estate planning attorneys.

Wills in Montgomery County:

What is a will?

Generally speaking, a will is a legal document that coordinates the distribution of your assets after death and can appoint guardians for minor children.

Why have a will?

Without a will, the state in which you live will dictate who receives your assets, according to your state’s laws.  This is known as dying intestate, and the resulting settlement process may not produce the results that you would prefer for your survivors. You can prevent this from happening by having a will prepared that reflect your wishes, by an estate planning attorney.

What is in a will?

A will usually names an executor, who carries out the provisions of the will.  The will also names the beneficiaries: the persons or institutions (for example, charities) who are inheriting the assets.  The will should include instructions for how and when the beneficiaries will receive the assets, and may provide for guardians for minor children.

In any situation, it is important to consult with an experienced estate planning attorney to ensure your estate plan is made properly and before it is too late to prevent a negative impact your estate.

Contact Egbert & Barnes, P.C. for an estate planning attorney Montgomery County trusts.

The information on this page is informational only and should not be construed as legal advice.

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