We can help you prepare a simple Will that ensures your estate is handled the way you want, instead of the way Indiana law requires in the absence of a valid will.
So many things can go wrong in our legal system. Having an attorney assist you with preparing your Last Will and Testament will give you peace of mind, because you’re heirs are in a much better position to avoid legal technicalities that could prevent a self-prepared Will from be contested or accepted by the probate court
A Last Will and Testament is the only way to guarantee people receive what you want to leave them after you pass away.
- If you die without a Last Will and Testament in Indiana, the laws of the State determine how your estate is distributed.
- If you attach a Self-Proving provision to your Will, and have two witnesses sign it, the Will can be probated without bringing the witnesses into court to testify about your mental capacity when you signed the document.
To avoid the risks of putting the distribution of your estate in the hands of the court, contact us so we can discuss preparing an affordable Will that will ensure your estate is handled properly.