A Will Is The Foundation Of Your Estate Plan

Last updated on March 27, 2024

A last will and testament is the cornerstone of a solid estate plan – a document instructing how you want your assets and property distributed after passing.

A thoroughly written, detailed will should leave nothing to chance. That way, your final wishes are clear and your survivors are not inconvenienced with questions and complications at an emotional stage in their lives when the time arrives to divide your estate.

For experienced legal assistance with drafting and reviewing your will, living will, or power of attorney in Montgomery County and Howard County, Maryland, the experienced wills lawyers who work to understand your goals and draft documentation that reflects those goals is our team at Simpson Law, PA.

Simpson Law, PA, was founded to provide a comprehensive, compassionate and convenient way for individuals, couples, busy parents, professionals, and retirees to obtain reliable estate planning and probate and trust administration services in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C.

The will, trust and power of attorney portion of your estate planning will be handled from beginning to end by the attorneys at Simpson Law, PA. Our firm was founded in 2003 and strives to provide sound advice and counsel. We will answer your questions, discuss your needs and devise a specific plan to meet your goals.

Simpson Law, PA – Experienced Estate Planning Solutions In Maryland

Without a will, your estate would be divided according to state law and subject to the decisions of people who do not know you – court officers. A will allows you, not the state, to make those decisions and guarantees that your assets will be distributed to the individuals and charities you chose in the amounts you decide.

At Simpson Law, PA, our Columbia attorneys will draft the attorney’s standard package of documents provided to you, including a will, power of attorney for health care, financial power of attorney, durable power of attorney, and a living will, also known as a medical directive and appointment of health care agent.

Wills and trusts help one person to transfer wealth and assets to another. The critical difference is that wills are subject to probate, and trusts are not. Contact our Spencerville law office to learn more and to speak with one of our wills attorneys in an initial consultation. You can email us or call us at 301-658-7951.