Plan for your future with the guidance of our firm.
Thinking about what happens when you die is never a subject to take lightly, but the importance of what happens to your loved ones after you pass away is a subject that must be thought about and planned for. No matter what you may think you are worth or your individual stage in life, ensuring all your assets are properly passed on to your loved ones without any problem is of the greatest importance.
Ensure the smooth and complete transfer of your assets by drafting a will that clearly states your wishes. Without properly stating where your properly goes and to whom, your loved ones could face years of legal disputes and cause your property to become suspended within the legal system.
At Fleischer Law Office, PLLC, we understand that when a loved one passes away, the transfer of assets and other post-death matters are hard to think about, let alone execute. That is why we encourage you to turn to our firm in Hickory, North Carolina to work on wills & powers of attorney. This way, your loved ones can grieve in peace without having to work or go through even more emotional trauma dividing your assets.
Contact us today to find out more about wills & powers of attorney and how our firm helps our clients develop legally binding end-of-life documents. Our lawyers will compassionately and carefully help you make important decisions and properly plan for your family’s future.
FAQs About Wills and Powers of Attorney
You want to make sure your wishes are always represented and having a will and power of attorney documents can ensure this happens. Here are some questions our firm gets asked frequently about these estate planning vehicles.
When should I make a will?
You should make a will if you own property of significant worth, like a home or a car, or you have children. We encourage our clients to make their will as soon as possible, instead of forgoing or delaying this process.
How often should I update my will?
Review and update your will every time you experience a major life change. For example, you should update your will if you get married or divorced, add a new child to your family, experience a sudden increase in your wealth, or simply want to make changes to your executor or beneficiaries.
What types of power of attorney are there?
There are several types of power of attorney, but medical and financial are the most common. We can help you determine which power of attorney documents you need to protect your wishes and your peace of mind.
Why should I work with your firm?
We are compassionate, reliable, and dedicated to helping you plan for the future. Our firm’s goal is to provide excellent service backed by commonsense solutions.
How do I get started creating a will or power of attorney?
We recommend talking to us about what you need from your estate plan before you do anything else. Call us or use the form on our website to set up your initial consultation.
At Fleisher Law Office, we offer services related to wills & powers of attorney to those in Catawba, Claremont, Connelly Springs, Conover, Denver, Granite Falls, Hickory, Hiddenite, Hildebran, Hudson, Lenoir, Maiden, Morganton, Newton, Rhodhiss, Sherrills Ford, Taylorsville, Valdese, and Vale, North Carolina.