Nashua Will Attorney
Protect Your Legacy with a Lasting Will
A will is a legal document that describes how you wish your assets to be distributed after your death. A will can also name a guardian for your minor children. If you die without a will, the state will decide how your assets are distributed, and your minor children will be taken care of by the state.
At Bernazzani Law, we can help you create a will that is tailored to your unique situation. Our attorney has over 30 years of experience in estate planning and has been recognized as a Five Star Wealth Manager by Fortune magazine. We serve clients in Nashua, Manchester, and the surrounding areas of Hillsborough County, New Hampshire.
How to Create a Lasting Will
Because a will needs to be legally binding, it is important to consult with an experienced attorney when creating a will. An attorney can help you create a will that is legally binding and meets your wishes. By working with an attorney, you can make sure that your will is clear and easy to understand.
When creating a will, you should consider the following:
- How you want your property to be distributed after your death
- What you want to happen to your minor children
- Who you want to care for your minor children if both parents die
- Who you want to be the executor of your estate
- How you want your debts to be paid
Our attorney will work with you to answer these questions and create a will that meets your unique wishes. Our attorney will also help you make sure that your will is legally binding.
Why Should I Have a Will?
Having a will is important because it allows you to decide how your property is distributed after your death. Without a will, the state decides how your property is distributed. If you have minor children, a will can also name a guardian for your children.
Without a will, your property will be distributed in a way that is not in accordance with your wishes. This can cause your family distress and conflict. By working with our attorney, you can create a will that meets your wishes and prevents conflict after your death.
How Long Does It Take to Make a Will?
The amount of time it takes to make a will depends on the complexity of your estate and your situation. However, most wills can be made in a few hours. If you have a large estate, it may take longer to make your will. When you work with our attorney, we will be able to tell you how long it will take to create your will.
Call (603) 261-2214 today to schedule a complimentary will consultation.
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