What is a will?
A will is a legally enforceable document that you execute during your lifetime, which will speak at your time of death and direct how and to whom your assets will be distributed. If you have young children, in your will you can also ask the Court to select specific guardians for your minor children (though the Court will always be guided in the ultimate selection by what is in the best interests of the child).By executing a will, you are able to state your last wishes and provide those surviving you with directions to follow when administering your probate estate.

At the Upstate Law Group, LLC, we strive to provide you with the most efficient service possible, both in regard to cost efficiency and time efficiency. Typically, we can draft a will for you and meet with you for the signing in only a matter of days. We understand that you have other activities going on in your daily life, so we can discuss your estate planning ideas over the phone, e-mail you a draft of your will, etc. – all for your convenience.

If you do not currently have a will, need to have your existing will revised, or would like to have an old or out-of-state will reviewed by an attorney, contact the Upstate Law Group, LLC.

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