Sacramento Transfer of Wills Attorney
Create or Modify a Last Will & Testament
Your last will and testament, or simply your will, is one of the single most important pieces of an estate plan. A will is a flexible but powerful legal document that can direct many aspects of the author's estate beyond the inheritance of assets. These include naming an executor, guardianship for children, minimizing legal obstacles, and more.
While a will doesn’t need to be complex to be effective, it’s vital to choose the right tools and legal strategies for your specific situation. Unclear or uncertain terms can lead to problems and legal challenges. At the Law Office of Vincent Van Ho, we help clients create and modify effective wills that help prepare estates to be managed as intended. If you’re ready to get started, do not hesitate to contact our Sacramento wills and estate planning attorney.
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There’s a lot to consider when drafting your will. Throw in the emotional impact of making these decisions and the process can be extremely difficult. That’s why we are here. At the Law Office of Vincent Van Ho, we can help you simplify estate planning law and provide the support needed to make smart choices for your future. And if things change, we can help you adjust your will to the new situation. If you’re in the Sacramento, Solano, or Santa Clara County area, talk to our attorneys at no risk in a free consultation. Get the answers you need to plan for the future.
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What Is Probate?
Probate is the procedure by which a person’s assets and debts are distributed and settled after their passing. During this process, the courts will determine if a will is valid, identify beneficiaries named in the will, choose an executor if one is not named, and oversee the distribution of assets. While probate is sometimes seen in a negative light, it can be a necessary process. However, the terms set in a well-drafted will can help probate move as quickly and easily as possible. No two situations are the same, and to learn more about how to plan for probate, schedule a conversation with our attorney.
Why Do I Need a Will?
Wills aren’t just for the wealthy or those approaching retirement. Nearly everyone can benefit regardless of age or financial status. When the time comes, property, pets, personal possessions and more will all need new homes. If you have any of these things and want a say in how they are handled, you may need a will. In the absence of a will, and without choosing a person to manage the estate, arrangements may be left to the California courts. It is unlikely a court would make all the same choices you would.
Top Reasons to Get a Will
- Name an Executor for Your Estate
- Determine How Assets & Possessions Are Distributed
- Signify Burial Preferences & Handling of Remains
- Appoint Guardians for Children
- Specify Individuals to Be Excluded
- Gifts to Charity
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