Why You Need A Will

Hardly anyone likes to think about estate planning. It's stressful and sad to think about what will happen after you are no longer around. For too many people, that means they pass away without ever putting a last will and testament in place. In many of those cases, the result can be chaos and hurt feelings.

The main reason to have a will is clarity. By putting a will in place, there will be one document that clearly spells out your wishes about what you want to happen to your assets after you pass away. This will make it easier on your spouse, children and other relatives, who will need to deal with the probate process.

Why You Should Have A Lawyer's Help

Here at The Law Offices of Franz F. Springmann, Sr. and Andrew N. Wilson in Sevierville, Tennessee, we can guide you through the entire process of drafting a will to ensure you have a document that addresses every detail and is enforceable.

While many websites advertise "do-it-yourself" wills and estate planning documents, any error you make in filling these out could lead to costly delays for your family. It could also lead to bitter disputes over control of your assets. Let us handle the complex legal work.

Estate planning attorney Andrew Wilson has spent years helping individuals and families craft plans that work for their unique situations. He will help you think through every possible detail and address every asset to ensure it passes smoothly to its intended beneficiary.

Is The Will Final?

The answer to that is yes and no. A signed and notarized will is final. However, while you are still alive and capable of making decisions on your own, you can update your will to reflect changing circumstances in your life. This can include things like the purchase of a new house or a second marriage when you want to protect assets for your children.

Schedule A Free Consultation Today To Learn More

It is never too early to have a will. If you are ready to start the process, we invite you to contact our office today for a free consultation. You can send us an email or call our office in Sevierville at 865-280-1099.