Every adult should have a will.  A will consists of legal instructions that set forth what happens to your property when you die.  A will can also identify the person or persons you want to care for any minor or disabled children in the event that you pass before they are able to care for themselves.  Contact Brecksville Attorney Robert Stiefvater to discuss the creation of your will or to schedule a time to review and update your current will.

Depending upon the size of your estate, or the specialization of the instructions for the distribution of your property, a trust may be the proper vehicle to ensure your desires are seen through.  Click here to learn more about trusts.  A will is a necessary part of any estate plan, even those that are properly set up via a trust or series of trusts.  Click here to learn about our basic estate plan package. This package includes a will, a durable power of attorney, a living will, and a transfer on death deed (if applicable).

Schedule an appointment with Brecksville Lawyer Robert Stiefvater today & have your Brecksville Will drafted by a skilled Brecksville Wills and Trusts Attorney.

Call (440) 580-0367 or email Stiefvater Law, LLC to schedule your appointment for a will or a will review.

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